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Using a macro, you can add extra functionality or include dynamic content on a wikipage.

 

Working with macros

  1. Press Edit from upper left corner


  2. Click the cursor to the area where you want to add the macro and then press +Insert from the upper corner of page
  3. From the list select the last option "Other Macros"


  4. You can search the macro from the list on the left or by free search from the upper right corner. From the right lower corner you can press cancel if you don't want to add the macro.
  5. After you've founf the right macro press its icon and you'll see its preview on the left and on the right its basic information you can fill/choose. On the example image is Task List -macro.
    From the lower right corner you can finally press Insert.
  6. Below is a short description of the most common macros

 

Common Macros

  • Gallery: The Gallery macro displays a collection of thumbnail images in a table, based on the images attached to a Confluence page.
  • Task list: The tasklist macro displays an editable and interactive task list.
  • Table of contents - The Table of Contents macro scans the headings on the current Confluence page to create a table of contents based on those headings.
  • Page tree - The Page Tree macro displays a dynamic, hierarchical list of pages starting from a specified parent (root) page.
  • Anchor: Allows you to link to a specific part of a page.
  • Office Word / Office Power Point / Office Excel / PDF: Inserts the content of the document on a wiki page.
  • Multimedia: Displays videos, animations and more, sourced from a file attached to a Confluence page and displayed on your page. See Embedding Multimedia Content for more information.
  • RSS Feeds: The RSS Feed macro embeds an RSS feed on a page.
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