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We want to put some links in some of our confluence pages, but we don't want these to show up when exported to PDF or printed. Is this possible?
Hey @Scott Beeson
My team's app Scroll PDF Exporter has two macros you can use to designate content that shouldn't be included in the PDF export. The content displays in Confluence, but it's completely absent in the PDF. Might be just what you need.
The app enables a lot more document customization using a template builder for complete visual control.
This looks amazing. Sadly I only need this for my department, which is 3 people. But with Atlassian's plugin licensing I'd have to pay for 40+ licenses.
I also want to say that twice in one day a k15t product has been the solution for issues with Jira and Confluence. I will be buying one of your plugins, but I can't justify this one.
Well, when problems arise, we like to be there to help. :)
But yes, I get it with the licensing costs. When we pick out apps, we find it best to check with the other people using Confluence to see who else might benefit.
Sometimes an app works well for a lot of us and then sometimes, a few people have to come up with a creative solution instead of using an app.
@Scott Beeson There is a way to exclude pages (and comments) from an export but it sounds like you need something more than that. But just in case, the exclude pages from export is done using the "Custom Export" option. See this page: