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Create a page with multiple tabs

I would like to create a confluence page with multiple tabs on a single page and within each tab page should have a same content with a selection of check boxes 

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@Sudheer Elapavuluru another option for tabs is Refined Toolkit (free macro), which is a selection of several useful macros that helps with the display of Confluence pages.

In this is a UI Tabs macro

Pretty simple. Use the + button and search for macro 'tabs'

For few old versions, you may need to add 'tabs container' first and then go on placing the 'tab pages' within that.

Is this a macro I need to add? It does not exist when I search for it?

@Kenneth Selmer Lokshall  Step1: add "Tabs Container" macro, Step2: add "Tabs Page" macro.
These two macro could be found via clicking "+" button (on the right of "insert table" button), and select "other macro" in the drop down. As the snapshot below

Dave Liao Community Leader Sep 04, 2022

@Snehal Masne 

A fresh install of Confluence for Data Center (or Cloud) both lack a tab feature.

@Fiona Wang FYI

Hi @Sudheer Elapavuluru

You can use the Deck of cards macro to add tabs to a Confluence page. Here is the link to more details.

And for check-boxes associated to different tasks, you can use a task list macro.



Thanks @Sireesha Dugginapeddi [Appfire]  , I will try this macro you suggest and come back to you with additional queries and/or updates from my end.

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