I have multiple Expand macros in a page that collects weekly meeting notes in a table. I use the Expand macros because the comments column can get very long and it creates a really long page. In order to reduce the long page, I can collapse the comments and it shrinks the rows.
However, I cannot do CRTL+F to find text within a collapsed section. Is there a way to expand and collapse all the Expand macros on a page in one click?
This would really improve my workflow. Also open to other creative suggestions.
I could imagine a button on top of the page called "Expand all" / "Collapse all"
Since this is not yet a feature, I went ahead and created the request for you:
Perhaps other users that happen upon your question will have other suggestions, but please feel free to vote and comment on that issue above with your usage case.
There's also another fix that doesn't rely on users having to add a button in the browser, instead the page author can add code on the page that will do it. I tested on a page in Server version 6.2.3 and it works. I'll also get our admin to create a custom macro so it will be available to all our users. It's in this community thread in the post from Ben Coughlan Nov 16, 2015 about inserting an HTML macro and using the code Ben provided:
Hi Community! I’m Elaine, Confluence Product Manager. You may have read my earlier post about page tree in space navigation sidebar. I'm excited to share another improvement that helps you organize ...
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