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  2. CONFSERVER-58317

Add support for Microsoft Stream to Widget Connector macro

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      Summary

      As a Confluence User, I would like to be able to use Microsoft Stream within Confluence pages.

      Problem Statement

      Currently, the Widget Connector macro does not support Microsoft Stream. For a user to connect with Microsoft Stream, HTML or iFrame macro must be used. This type of custom solution can be limiting for Cloud users

      Suggested Resolution

      Add support for Microsoft Streams into the native macro in Confluence, Widget Connector. This should allow any user within the instance to use the solution.

      Workaround

      Insert an iFrame to show the content of said video:
      iFrame Macro - Confluence Cloud
      How to put an iFrame into Confluence - Confluence Server

      Check this Microsoft Page on how to acquire the necessary information to share your videos:
      Embed Microsoft Stream videos

       

       

       
      Previous Ticket Description
      We use Microsoft Stream for internal videos. Currently, there doesn't appear to be an easy way to embed these videos in a Confluence page.
      Please consider adding support for Microsoft Stream to the Widget Connector macro to allow doing so.

      Thanks!

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            aknight@atlassian.com Alex K
            810c1fcdf25c Tim Graffam
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