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Is there an available addon or a macro I'm missing in order to popup a calendar screen, then choose the date being input onto the page?
Creating a new meeting agenda template where when the page is created, you click the "DATE" field, select the date of the meeting, then continue to build the agenda.
As far as I know, if you just type double forward slash inside a page, "//", it should bring a date picker in the latest versions of confluence.
This is bundled with the application :)
If you are plannning to create a customized template, include this in your form (soy Template) , highlighted in bold. Then create a blueprint that accepts this value and then pass this on to the page created by the blueprint.
<input id="some-date" class="datepicker-field date-field text" type="text" name="date" size="10" autocomplete="off">
More on creating blueprints here : https://developer.atlassian.com/display/CONFDEV/Confluence+Blueprints
Be sure to check out the child pages of the above link for more complex examples.
Thanx! I know it's an old thread, but above doesn't seem to work (anymore).
The URL provided by Nancy Lopez above here has another example:
<input class="aui-date-picker" id="demo-range-2" type="date" max="2012-01-25" min="2011-12-25" />
That one seems to work in Templates, but the style is different from Confluence Date-Picker..
Handy Date from Handy Macros for Confluence adds the ability to change dates in the page view mode without editing the page. It's available for any hosting. This app also includes macros to create dropdowns, buttons, timestamps, and others so you can get much more than just a date picker with its help. See the gif below for details
For anyone else that's looking for an answer to how to do this in a template, it looks like you can insert "$currentDateLozenge" in the template to get the date picker, set to the current date by default. This appears to be how some default templates do it, and there's no need to use the Source Editor plugin.