The Confluence Integration plugin for Obsidian supports a variety of Markdown features, allowing you to create rich and interactive content in your Confluence pages. The following Markdown elements are supported:
Blockquotes are supported and can be created using the
> character followed by the text you want to quote.
Callouts can be created using the Callouts feature, which allows you to create custom, styled callout boxes in Confluence.
Code blocks and inline code can be created using triple backticks (```) for blocks and single backticks (`) for inline code.
Mermaid.js diagrams are supported through the plugin's Mermaid diagram feature, which renders diagrams as images in Confluence.
Image embedding and uploading are supported through the Image Upload feature. Images included in a page will be uploaded as attachments in Confluence. This includes support for transcluded images.
- Wikilinks: The plugin supports basic Wikilinks functionality, allowing you to link to other files that are being published.
- Extenal links: Rendered as a Smart Link
Headings can be created using the
# character followed by the heading text. Multiple levels of headings can be created by using multiple
Horizontal bars can be created using three hyphens (
Both ordered and unordered lists can be created using Markdown syntax.
- Strike-through: Text can be formatted with strike-through using double tildes (
- Emphasis: Emphasis can be added using single (
*) or double (
**) asterisks for italic and bold formatting, respectively.
Tables can be created using Markdown syntax with pipes (
|) and hyphens (
-) to define the table structure.
Callouts can be created using the Callouts feature. This allows you to create custom, styled callout boxes in Confluence.