Embedding a Google Drive Document or Folder on a Confluence Page

Objective

This guide aims to display your Google Drive content on a Confluence page in a brief step-by-step guide using the Drive macro (documents available from version 2.0.0 and folders available from version 2.2.0).

An administrator must have already set up this add-on in your Confluence instance before a normal user is able to use it.

Embedding a Google Drive Document

  1. In the Confluence page edit mode, create a Drive macro.
     
  2. When the pop-up window appears, click Select File or Folder.



  3. You may be asked to log in to your Google account.
    After logging in, the Google file selection dialog window will appear.

  4. Browse the files in your Google Drive and click Select on the file you want to embed in the Confluence page.

  5. The file you selected should now be previewed in the macro window.
    You can now customize the Height (in pixels) or Width (in percentage) of the display window for the embedded document.



  6. After you have saved the page, you should have the document from your Google Drive embedded on the Confluence page:

Embedding a Google Drive Folder

  1. In the Confluence page edit mode, create a Drive macro.

  2. When the pop-up window appears, click Select File or Folder.



  3. You may be asked to log in to your Google account.
    After logging in, the Google file selection dialog window will appear.

  4. Click on the Folders tab to display your folders:



    Then choose the folder you want to display on your Confluence page and click Select.

  5. The folder you selected should now be previewed in the macro window.
    You can now customize the Height (in pixels) or Width (in percentage) of the display window for the embedded folder.



  6. After you have saved the page, you should have the folder from your Google Drive embedded on the Confluence page:



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