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Editor Templates Demonstration Video
"Editor Templates" allows you to insert editable content right at the cursor position in the Confluence editor.
Overcome the limitations of standard templates and their fixed element scaffolds to generate flexible pages based on your content templates.
Templates are stored in standard Confluence pages, making it easy to organize and control their availability for different user groups using space and page permissions.
The "Global Filter" in the admin section defines which pages should serve as "Editor Templates". Its up to you how templates are organized, for example in a dedicated space or tagged with a special label.
"Editor Templates" also helps to maintain corporate identity, by allowing you to create templates that align with your brand's style guidelines.
After installing the plugin, "Editor Templates" embeds itself into the toolbar of the Confluence editor:
The "Editor Templates" dialog contains a list with all templates available, which an be filtered using the search box on the top of the dialog. Each list item has two additional icons, the star icons is used to define favorites, the link item is used to open the related template page. When choosing "Insert Template", content of the selected template page will be inserted at the current cursor position in the editor.
Confluence admins can set the item search limit in the "Editor Template" dialog and define which pages act as "Editor Templates" via the "Global Filter".
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