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How can I hide the default templates from users?

Nils Bier

Nils Bier Last update: Jul 13, 2018

Question

How can I hide the default templates from the template list?

Answer

It is possible to hide/display the default templates on a global or space level. To change the setting on the space level, Confluence administrator or Space administrator permissions are required, and to change the setting on a global level, Confluence administrator permissions are required.

To hide/display the templates on the global level, navigate to General configuration > Scroll Runtime > Advanced plugin settings, and select Scroll PDF Exporter in the dropdown in the top-right of the screen. Now, edit the templates.bundled.visibility.global key and select Hidden or Visible.

By default, all spaces use the global setting unless the space setting is defined explicitly. If a space setting is defined explicitly, it will always overwrite the global setting. To change the setting for a specific space, you can use the following URL replacing base_url and a space_key with values from your instance:

http://<base_url>/plugins/servlet/scroll-settings/?key=<space_key>

Following this, select Scroll PDF Exporter in the dropdown in the top-right of the screen. Now, edit the templates.bundled.visibility.space key and select Hidden or Visible.

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