How to embed user story maps in Confluence documentation

Our new Confluence integration is meant to make creating documentation way less painless for all JIRA users. Enrich documentation by embedding user story maps and story cards into your Confluence documents. Benefit from painless workflow and instant shared understanding. Follow these 5 simple steps and make your documentation visual.

Step 1 – Log into Confluence

In order to embed StoriesOnBoard in Confluence, first log in to Confluence and select Apps › Find new apps.

Step 2- Search for StoriesOnBoard in Confluence

Step 3 – Get the StoriesOnBoard App in Confluence

Click on Get app and continue by pressing the Get it now button.

You should get a notification in case of success.

Step 4 – Get the link to the story map you’d like to embed

Open the story map you like to embed in StoriesOnBoard and visit the Share menu.

Switch to More sharing options, enable Private link sharing, and copy the link to the clipboard.

Step 5 – Embed the story map into you Confluence documentation

Go to the page you like to insert StoriesOnBoard and click Insert › View more, then search again for StoriesOnBoard and select it.

Paste the link to the Url field, and click Insert.

After a few seconds, StoriesOnBoard should show up on your page. In order to edit your story map in Confluence, you need to Publish the page first.

Pro tip: You can adjust the width of the story map on the bottom when you click on it. Setting it to wide will give you a better experience.

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