The app “Translations for Confluence Cloud” is not an automatic translation or a translation memory tool. Instead, you use this app to manage different language versions of your content on a single Confluence page. You do this by inserting the language versions into language macros (see below ⤵️).
Depending on your company policy, insert translations by
working with (external) translators
using tools like Google Translate, DeepL, ChatGPT or one of its apps
We also recommend setting up a concept for the translation workflow.
Using language macros to translate content
Navigate to a page that needs to be translated. Alternatively, create a new empty page to start from scratch.
Open the macro browser by typing "/" and the beginning of the first language. Choose the desired language.
Type your respective content into the language box. If you are working with existing text, simply drag your content into the language box. You may use any other macro within the language macro.
Open the macro browser again ("/) and start typing another language. Choose the desired language.
Type the translation of your content into the new language box.
Repeat until all languages are covered.
Save the page.
The language drop-down might not appear right after you publish the page. Please reload the page to make the drop-down appear.
It is not possible to translate the page titles on Confluence Cloud.
List of language macros
There are around 40 languages that the app Translations for Confluence currently supports: