Share your team's PDFs, Office documents, images, and more in one place by uploading your files to Confluence. Automatic versioning, instant previews, permissions, and full-text search, means shared network drives can be a thing of the past for your team.
When you upload a file it is attached to the current page or blog post. This is why files are often referred to as attachments in Confluence.
You can attach anything from project plans and design mockups to video and audio files. You and your colleagues can also collaborate by commenting on files displayed on Confluence pages.
The 'Add Attachment' and 'Delete Attachment' permissions are used to control who can upload and delete attachments in a space.
Users with 'Add Page' or 'Add Blog' permissions can insert existing attachments to their pages, but not upload new attachments unless they also have the 'Add Attachment' permission.
There is no permission that controls downloading attachments. See our knowledge base article about disabling the download of attachments if you need to do this.
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