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Add separate tabs for a page

Tam Phung
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May 15, 2023

Hi support,

I want to create a wiki page with many tabs separate content on each tab as example below.

I don't know what function I should use to this result.

Thanks in advance.



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Aron Gombas _Midori_
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May 16, 2023 • edited

Confluence itself doesn't have a tab concept, but several apps implement tabs by introducing new macros to the built-in ones. See this one, for example.

These are two popular apps that provide tabs (and even more):


Hello @Tam Phung,

I am Rodrigo working with Navitabs, one of the apps recommended by @Aron Gombas _Midori_(thank you!). 

Allow me to share that with Navitabs; you can create a Tab Navigation automatically based on Child pages, Labels, selecting your desired Pages or creating your own Tabs. Here is a link to our macros with information and screenshots.

We hope this is helpful!

With friendly regards
Rodrigo & the bitvoodoo team

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Zoriana Bogutska_Adaptavist_
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May 23, 2023

Hi @Tam Phung 

Also, you can consider other solutions from Atlassian Marketplace. 

For example, Tabs for Confluence could help you to add tabs macro for your Confluence pages.

Screenshot 2023-05-23 at 12.48.11.pngScreenshot 2023-05-23 at 12.48.43.png

Or you can consider other solutions that with tabs could give other useful features (numbered headings, cards, buttons, etc.) One such app is Content Formatting Macros for Confluence.

So you are free to choose which tool is the best for your needs. My team created them, so let me know if you need help. 

I found this macro called UI tabs that lets you put contents in tabs. I don't know if it's quite what you're looking for.  You insert the UI Tabs macro and then insert the UI Tab macro for each tab.

my tabs.png

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