# How to embed a Google Doc to a Confluence page using the HTML macro

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Platform notice: Server and Data Center only. This article only applies to Atlassian products on the server and data center platforms.

HTML macros are disabled by default

The HTML macro will only be available if it has been enabled by an administrator. Enabling these macros can make your Confluence site vulnerable to cross-site scripting attacks. More details on HTML macro can be reviewed in the following document:

### To add a Google Doc to a Confluence page using the HTML macro perform the following:

2. Edit the Doc
3. Under File choose: Publish to the web
4. Publish the document by clicking the Start Publishing under the Published content & settings section.
5. Ensure that the Automatically republish when changes are made is enabled so that the document republishes every-time there is any change in the document.
6. Click the Embed tab and copy the <iframe>.
##### In Confluence
1. Ensure that the https://docs.google.com/ is in the Allowlist. This will allow Confluence to accept content from that domain.
2. Once done, head over to a Confluence page and click Edit
4. Paste the <iframe> you've copied from step #6 above.
5. Edit the <iframe> to include the width and hight properties. Your <iframe> would look like something like the following: (you can adjust the hight and width, based on your needs.

<iframe src="https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX/pub?embedded=true" width="1000" height="500"></iframe>
6. The document will be displayed in Confluence. Updates to the document will also be displayed.