I have a docset with sections 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9. Sometime I only want to show odd, sometimes even, sometimes 2, 4, 5, 8, 9, etc. Is there a way to tag sections so that I can show/hide them as needed?
The Visibility Plugin displays content based on users/groups which is not what I want.
If I understood correctly what you need, I believe the Navigation Map Macro will help you!
Here's how it works: you have a lot of pages on your spaces, all them are tagged as "example-tag-1" or "example-tag-2". Then you insert the Navigation Map Macro in a page, and let's consider that you only want to show the pages tagged as "example-tag-2". You will insert this tag on the Macro, and it will show on the page, shortcuts for the pages with this tag.
Please check this documentation for all information of how the macro works: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Navigation+Map+Macro
Please let me know if you have any doubts. Thank you!
I should have used "paragraphs" instead of "sections." It looks like the macro you mention is for pages rather than paragraphs in pages. Is it possible to use a macro to show/hide paragraphs (or rather HTML DIVs which may have one multiple parapraphs).
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