These plugins should be used as-is, as unsupported examples for developers.

An administrator can configure to load one or more of the plugins by default. Whenever a user edits a diagram in that instance, they can use the plugin via the editor menu. Currently, only trusted plugins, developed by, are available for Confluence Cloud.

Some of the more popular plugins include:

  • anon: Scrambles all of the text and metadata in your diagram - it anonymises it.
  • svgdata: Adds metadata and IDs to the diagram when you export it to an SVG file.
  • sql: Lets you insert SQL to automatically create a database diagram.
  • text: Extracts all of the text in your diagram.

These plugins may not be production quality as some are developmental code, and therefore should be used as-is.

See the full list of plugins available in Confluence Cloud

Note: You can only use these in the editor, and not when viewing a diagram.

Customize Confluence Cloud to load a plugin by default

  1. Go to the Configuration tab in the Configuration section of your Confluence Cloud settings.
  2. Add the short name for the plugin you want to load by default to the plugins option in the JSON code. Add multiple plugins separated by a semicolon.
    This example loads the ``anon`` and ``text`` plugins.
    { "plugins": ["anon;text"]  }
  3. Click Save when you are done.

Now, the plugins will be available in the editor's menu.