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In the old Confluence only "Expand " existed and one could nest several "Extend" in itself. This seems to be 1. no longer the case (with tables it doesn´t work also) and 2. there is now in the cloud still recently the macro "Extension". Between the macros "Expand " and "Extension" there seems to be no meaningful difference, unless one of you knows it and can explain it to me? Also will be one of this two macros experied in the future? I think it is a very important makro for long content pages.

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expand.pngDo you see "Erweitern" and "Erweiterung"? It works the same but the names are a little different and the symbols too. We use on work the confluence cloud as an webbrowser not an app. Also what doesn´t work is to put two or more "expands" into works on the old confluence but not anymore in the cloud version.

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Hi @Vivien Grammowski, kuehlhaus AG and welcome to the community,

Confluence "vanilla" has only the expand macro. Which is the "extension" macro you are talking about? Are you using an app perhaps?

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