Translations for Confluence

for Confluence Cloud, Confluence Server 7.5.0 - 8.9.1, Confluence Data Center 7.5.0 - 8.9.1 and more
1,254 installs
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Display the same content in different languages on a single Confluence page

Add content in different languages to Confluence

Use the language macros to create and edit content in different languages on a single Confluence page. Users will see content only in their chosen language.

Translate page titles

Translate your page's title into various languages directly in the editor.

Switch between translations easily

Use the drop-down menu to switch between all available translations of a page.

More details

The app Translations for Confluence was formerly called Language Macros for Confluence. It enables editors to create and translate Confluence content (page title and main text) in multiple languages. This allows users to search for and read content in their preferred translation. Users can easily switch between the different language versions.


  • Translate a page's content using language macros (over 40 supported languages)
  • Translate a page's title into different languages and see the translations reflected in search, breadcrumb navigation, page tree, etc.
  • Create multilingual knowledge base articles and use them on your Jira Service Management portal
  • Switch between translations using the automatically generated language drop-down
  • Use it on multiple devices: Confluence Desktop, Mobile Web, Server App, JSM and Linchpin

Visit the Translations Microsite



This app offers additional security, reliability, and support through:

  • Cloud security participation
  • Reliability checks
  • 24hr support response time
  • and more.

Privacy and security

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Jira Service Management Integration: Search for and access Knowledge Base articles in the language of your choice to cater for an international audience.