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Import Figjam boards in Confluence whiteboards

Bring your Figjam content to Confluence whiteboards and collaborate seamlessly with your team. Import your whiteboards from Figjam into Confluence to unlock features like smart connectors, smart sections, real-time editing, and experience brainstorming and collaboration like never before. Plus, keep everything organized with your whiteboards conveniently stored alongside your other Confluence content.

Export your Figjam board

  1. In Figjam, open the board you wish to export.

  2. Select the Main menu icon in the top-left corner, then select File > Export As.

  3. In the Export dialog, select from PNG, JPG, or PDF.

  4. If exporting as PNG or JPG, select a Background option (Transparent, Solid, or Grid).

  5. For the Export area, you can select the entire board, or Selection only.

  6. Select the Export button.

  7. Select a location to save the file.

For more information on exporting Figjam boards, see the Figma support documentation.


Import to whiteboards

Whiteboards currently only support PDF or image file importing.

The import option for whiteboards in the more menu from the main toolbar
  1. Navigate to the whiteboard where you wish to import the image or PDF. You can use an existing whiteboard or start a new one.

  2. You can import your content in two ways:

    1. Drag your image or file into your whiteboard.

    2. On the toolbar, select the More menu ( ), select Whiteboard import, navigate to your file, and select it.

  3. The import process will complete.


When should I recreate my content in Confluence whiteboards vs. uploading a static image?

For projects that are still in progress and continue to be iterated on, we recommend importing as an image and recreating the areas that require additional editing and changes.

For projects that are completed, but may need to be referenced in the future, we recommend importing as an image. The content will then live in Confluence whiteboards as the new source of record.


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