Publish to Cloud for Confluence
Use Confluence as a headless CMS for websites by publishing pages directly to a cloud service like GitHub, Amazon S3 and Zapier
Publish to the cloud services you already use
Draft website content in Confluence where your team already works.
Publish a Confluence page directly to Bitbucket, GitHub, GitLab, Amazon S3 or Zapier where it can automatically be deployed to your website.
Apply your own look and feel
Use templates to publish content as html pages that match the layout and styles of your website, so published content is ready to deploy immediately.
Add variables to insert metadata and content sections.
Author in a familiar tool
Create website content with the Confluence editor - no need to learn a new tool.Add metadata and content sections with simple macros, so an entire page can be drafted together, regardless of the underlying html layout.
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👥 Let your whole team make website updates from Confluence
- Publish pages directly to Bitbucket, GitHub, GitLab, Amazon S3 and Zapier
- Full html templates, no arbitrary restrictions
- Link to your website's scripts, stylesheets and static assets
- Content authors select a template when publishing a page, shielding them from the technical details
- Apply formatting to include in the published page, like tables, information panels and code snippets
- Publish embedded images alongside page content
- Use Confluence's include macros to add content shared across pages
- Mark which sections go into the published page - keep internal notes and inline comments private
🔒 Secure by nature
- Enable Publish to Cloud for selected spaces only to help prevent internal content from accidentally being published
- Built with Atlassian Forge, Atlassian's preferred cloud app development platform
- Hosted by Atlassian - no third party servers
Privacy and security
Publish to Cloud for Confluence integrates with your Atlassian product. This remote service can:
- Read a summary of the content, which is the content without expansions. Note, APIs using this scope may also return data allowed by read:confluence-space.summary. However, this scope is not a substitute for read:confluence-space.summary.
- Read content properties.
- Read a summary of space information without expansions.
- View user information in Confluence that you have access to, including usernames, email adresses and profile pictures.