Hello there @Governança de TI!
You are correct. Manually setting customisations in your cloud instance is a limited feature. You can have a deeper look at the differences between Confluence Cloud and Self-hosted here:
You might have options on how to change this with third-party themes for Confluence Cloud as well:
Third-party vendors should be capable of providing support to their applications should you face any issue with them.
However, if you are still using the Old Experience (old editor) in Confluence Cloud you might be able to use the Style macro. Inside the style macro, you could add CSS to remove this element on a per-page basis. This is not a supported solution due to the customization aspect of it.
Also, keep in mind that the old editor experience will be discontinued at some point in the future and this solution will not be viable from that point onward. Here is an outlook on the new editing experience:
Hope this sheds some light on this matter! Let us hear from your team findings.
Thank you very much for your answers and comments.
Thanks again. ;)
Sorry I'm a bit late on answering you here. And thanks for the mention Diego!
As you thought @Governança de TI , you can only remove the 'last updated' and 'last created' on the space homes where the Refined tools are in play.
The reason is that with Refined Toolkit for Cloud (formerly called RefinedSpaces) the default space home is replaced by a layout (that you can add modules to). So that's why those are hidden. But on pages we can't change anything on the page.
You're welcome to reach out to our support service if you have further questions or need help: https://support.refined.com
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