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Is there a way to add dropdown menu with content under a title?

Deleted user Jul 22, 2021


The thing is that I'm creating numerous titles on one page and put related information under it. At some point, I understand that it would be much easier if I could hide necessary information in the dropdown menu related to the title.

However, I didn't find such an option, so I was wondering if it is possible to do so within Confluence?

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Tessa Tuteleers
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Jul 22, 2021

Hi @[deleted], 

Welcome to the community!

I'm not sure I completely understand your question but I think you want to be able to open and close blocks of information on a page to keep the page "clean"? 
Are we speaking Confluence pages or specifically Questions for Confluence?

On normal confluence pages, where you would typically have more content on a page, you could use the "expand" macro for this, where you get a textblock that is collapsible. 
Or you could use different pages and then link the different pages in 1 overview page. 

Questions for confluence is not really built for that particular purpose however. 

If I misunderstood, please let me know so we can advice better! 

- Tessa

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