- Intro to macros
- Ignore content in exports
- Ignore content in Confluence, but include it in exports
- Manually add a page break
- Add captions to images, figures, and tables
- Add an index
- Override the Confluence page title in exports
- Change the table format
- Add bookmarks to exports
- Use page properties as custom placeholders
- Use metadata values as custom placeholders
- Change the page orientation
- Integrate with Comala Workflows
- Export content via REST API
- Configure the connection settings
- Restrict the export functionality in spaces and for user groups
- Restrict the number of pages that can be exported in a single export
- Control how many exports can be performed at the same time
- Security Advisories
- Confluence has performance issues during the 'Rendering PDF' export step for large exports
- When exporting a page, an error message appears stating: 'User not allowed to export because of export restrictions on either space or groups'
- When updating Confluence, Angular JS integration for AUI shows an unknown compatibility message
- When customizing a template, some fonts are not displayed in the template editor
- Request support
- How headings are handled
- How tables are handled
- Scroll Macros
- Scroll Placeholders
You can mark content to be excluded from exports but displayed as normal on pages within Confluence by including it in a Scroll only or a Scroll only inline macro.
The only difference in how the macros work is that a line break is inserted when the Scroll only macro is used, and no line break is inserted by the Scroll only inline macro.
Want to ignore content in exports but display it in Confluence?
If you want to ignore content in exports, but still display it in Confluence, you can use the Scroll ignore or Scroll ignore inline macros.