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How it Works

Footnotes for Confluence is a pair of macros that allow you to insert and display footnote entries on a Confluence page. Use the Footnote macro to define your footnote content, then display your footnotes in a list using the Footnotes Display macro. The Footnotes Summary macro lists all the footnotes that appear above it on your Confluence page. You can use it to list all footnotes at the bottom of the page or group footnotes in specific sections.

Install Footnotes for Confluence

If you are a Confluence admin, you can install Footnotes for Confluence in two ways; Either directly from the Atlassian Marketplace or from the Universal Plugin Manager (UPM) in Confluence.

Install from the marketplace listing

  1. Navigate to the Footnotes for Confluence listing in the Atlassian Marketplace.

  2. Click Try it Free.

  3. Click the Start Free Trial button for Confluence Cloud.

  4. Select the Confluence site where you want to install the app, then click Start Free Trial.

  5. Once installed, the selected Confluence site is opened with the Add to Confluence screen displayed.

  6. Click Manage Apps to view the installed app details.

Install via the UPM in Confluence

  1. Log into your Confluence instance as an admin.

  2. Click Settings in the Confluence sidebar.

  3. Select Find New Apps under Atlassian Marketplace.

  4. Search for Footnotes for Confluence.

  5. Click the Footnotes for Confluence app tile.

  6. Click Try it Free.

  7. Click Start Free Trial in the Add to Confluence screen.

  8. Once installed, a success dialog is displayed. Click the Manage App link to view the installed app details.

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