PDF Embed for Confluence

for Confluence Cloud
51 installs
Cloud Security Participant
  • Supported

Seamlessly import and embed PDFs into your Confluence Cloud pages

Two Navigation Modes

-Slider shows an entire page on screen and transitions between them in a presentation mode.

-Scroller enables the more traditional vertical navigation, better for text-heavy documents.

How to embed PDF into Confluence

1. Type /pdf in Confluence

2. Find the URL from your browser then paste your link

3. Natively adjust the sizing of boards from the Confluence page

Control Access to Sensitive Documents

Keep sensitive documents & designs bundled secure within your internal infrastructure by sharing pages with only approved colleagues and optionally disabling downloads

More details

PDF for Confluence gives you some of the functionality that desktop PDF apps offer

  • PDF URL: Field to capture the PDF URL. The remaining fields will show once a correct URL has loaded.
  • Initial Page: Starting page for the visualization.
  • Adjust Height: the app is height responsive but, you can use the manual height to override
  • Page Navigation:
    • Slider (default): View your PDF as a slideshow presentation. You can go back or ahead using the arrows or go to one specific page using the page field on the toolbar.
    • Scroller: Traditional navigation with vertical scrolling.
  • Download toggle: file downloads
  • Popup toggle: Pop-up mode
  • Fullscreen toggle: fullscreen mode

Privacy and security

Privacy policy

Atlassian's privacy policy is not applicable to the use of this app. Please refer to the privacy policy provided by this app's vendor.

Vendor privacy policy


This app is part of the Marketplace Bug Bounty Program. Learn more

This partner has completed the Security Self-Assessment Program. Learn more


Integration Details

PDF Embed for Confluence integrates with your Atlassian product. This remote service can:

  • Act on a user's behalf, even when the user is offline
  • Write data to the host application
  • Read data from the host application