Easy Math (LaTeX, AsciiMath) FREE

for Confluence Cloud
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Add complex Math expressions/formula/equations to Confluence pages. It supports Latex Math, AsciiMath & MathML markup formats

Math equations in Confluence made easy

Easily add equations, units and more to your Confluence pages.

Supports page export to PDF or Microsoft Word

If you export Confluence pages to PDF or Microsoft Word, expressions will be properly exported automatically. No additional work needed.

Multiple markup formats LaTeX, AsciiMath & MathML

You can use any markup formats, LaTeX, AsciiMath, MathML.

More details

Using Math expressions in Confluence has never been easy.

This add-on is based on versatile MathJax rendering library. It also supports exporting to PDF or Microsoft Word.

You can write formulas in all major Math markup formats:

  • LaTeX(TeX) - wrap expressions in $...$ or $$...$$ or \(...\)
  • AsciiMath - use backquote/backtick delimiter `...`
  • MathML - use MathML tags

There are two Math macros:

  • Easy Math - renders expressions as new block (recommended)
  • Easy Math Inline - renders expressions as inline (next to other elements without newline)

If you find any issue, please contact support using our Jira Service Desk or via email at support@bitwelt.atlassian.net.

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Integration Details

Easy Math (LaTeX, AsciiMath) FREE integrates with your Atlassian product. This remote service can:

  • Read data from the host application

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Simply enter Math expressions. Wrap expressions in $...$ or $$...$$ or \(...\) for LaTeX, `...` for AsciiMath and MathML tags for MathML and they will be automatically detected & rendered.