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Smart Attachments for Confluence allows you to manage documents and store them in the appropriate folders in Atlassian Confluence depending on their contents, objective or format.


Viewing documents

  1. Open the space storage.
  2. Open the document where the documents are stored.
  3. For each document, the following information is displayed:
    • Name - name of the document.
    • Size - size of the document
    • Uploader - uploader of the document.
    • Creation Date - date when the document was uploaded into the folder.
    • Last Modified Date - date when the document was modified (title updated).




Uploading new documents

  1. Open the folder which you want to upload a new document to.
  2. Click Upload document.
  3. In the Upload document form, click Browse and select the file on your local computer. You can also directly drop the file to the form.
  4. Update the document name (if needed) before saving.
  5. Click Add.

To delete the currently selected file

Click the  icon.



Renaming the document

  1. On the list with folders, locate the document you want to rename.
  2. Hover over the document.
  3. Click the [...] button.
  4. Select Rename.
  5. In the Edit document form, update the document name.
  6. Click Update.




Managing document revisions

Smart Attachments for Confluence groups files having identical names into document revisions automatically.

  1. Drop files into the folder.
  2. Click the Expand revisions icon.
  3. Locate the appropriate document revision.

To delete the document revision:

  1. Hover over the document revision.
  2. Click the [...] button.
  3. Select Delete.




Deleting the document

  1. On the list with documents, locate the document you want to delete.

  2. Hover over the document.
  3. Click the [...] button.
  4. Select Delete.
  5. Confirm the removal of the document.



Embedding Documents into Confluence Pages

  1. On the list with documents, locate the document you want to embed.
  2. Hover over the document.
  3. Click the Copy link to embed  icon.
  4. Open the page which you want to embed the document into.
  5. Press Ctrl + V (for Windows/Linux) or Cmd + V (for MacOS).

The link will be converted into the embedded document.

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