In this video, learn how to attach files to a page by accessing the Attachments tool and using it to browse to files on your computer to be attached.
- [Instructor] On occasion when creating pages…here in Confluence you may want to attach a file,…perhaps it's a support document,…reference to what you're creating on the page…as opposed to adding all of the content to the page.…I'm going to show you how to do that in this movie.…Let's start by going to the Housekeeping space…we've been working with…and if we go to Blog…you'll notice that we haven't actually created…any blog posts at this time.…So, Create Blog Post appears on the page.…It's the same as going to the plus sign over here…in the sidebar, clicking there and choosing Blog Post.…
Here's where we're going to share some news.…Let's click Create.…Now, this applies to the housekeeping staff…because there's going to be a new comment area…that's going to need to be taken care of…by this department,…so let's announce that the new conference room…is almost ready.…I'm going to add the title New Conference Facility like so.…Press return.…How about something like here is a press release…regarding the new conference facility…
- What is Confluence?
- Customizing your home page
- Creating pages and blogs
- Creating a page for meeting notes
- Adding content and navigation
- Creating a table of contents
- Inviting people to your space
- Communicating and collaborating with others
- Restricting access to a page
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Get Started with Confluence
2. Create Pages and Blogs
3. Add Content
4. Add Navigation
5. Communicate and Collaborate
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