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In Confluence, it would be nice to be able to select part of the content of a page, and mark it as less important. The standard rendering of the page would not show it. A button on top of the page that says "Show all data of this article" or something similar would show it.
I start this discussion rather than a feature request, as perhaps it is functionality that is already there.
Thanks for your reply.
I use the expand functionality a lot indeed, and it is very useful.
What I describe is global to a document, with one button which toggles showing or hiding content that is marked as less important. Is that possible with this expand macro?
Oh, I see.
No the expand is more granular, of course, so it is not possible.
I am sure the desired behaviour can be implemented in a custom macro but I am not aware of any existing ones.
Take care, @C Fenijn !
Thanks again, Grigory,
If I will ever open a feature request for this, I shall reformulate it based on your feedback, so that is useful.