I have multiple headings I'd like to now show up in the table of contents.
I can get it to not show one of them, but I don't know how to add multiple.
I saw somewhere online to put this: (|)
but should there be a space between the heading title and that symbol or after or not at all?
For example I have two headings called "purpose" and "Jump to" - Purpose excluded is working but how do I add "jump to" to also be excluded?
purpose(|)jump to ?
Hello @Adrian Hutchins yes, in the macro settings, there is exclude headings. The docs say:
Filter headings to exclude according to specific criteria. You can use wildcard characters.
If the headings you want to exclude areOverviewandSummary, enter
Overview|Summaryin this field.
Full documentation is here https://support.atlassian.com/confluence-cloud/docs/insert-the-table-of-contents-macro/
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