Pretty simple question in theory - I have a Table of Contents at the top of a page, some content, and then a Questions macro at the bottom of the page. The Table of Contents automatically includes the Questions in it, so that the Table of Contents gets longer with every question asked. I see that there's an "exclude" section in the Table of Contents properties, is there an easy way to exclude the whole Questions section from the ToC?
In this case the best approach would be to use a different macro, the Table Of Content Zone: https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/table-of-content-zone-macro-189890742.html
You can insert it instead of the TOC macro at the top of the page and then cut and paste all content but the questions macro inside it.
Remember to edit the TOC Zone macro and change the location to top so the TOC is only showed at the top of the page.
I hope it helps, Jake.
Thank you! Worked perfectly. I had assumed that there would be a way to use the Exclude field in the regular Table of Contents - however, using the Table of Contents Macro instead worked as expected.
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