- 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
- Keep content together
- 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
- Request support
- How headings are handled
- How tables are handled
- Scroll Macros
- Scroll Placeholders
What can I do if my defined styles in my exported document are not assigned correctly?
This often has to do with unintentional HTML tags in the content of your Confluence pages (for example if you've copied the content from another source).
- Please check the content of your pages for unnecessary HTML tags and try the export again.
A great add-on to further analyze the content of your pages and get rid of wrong tags is the Source Editor for Confluence.