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How to create a drop down menu or pick list in the Confluence Template "ITSM Change Management?"

How to create a drop down menu or pick list in the Confluence Template "ITSM Change Management?"

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Elena Ovdienko _Stiltsoft_
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Sep 15, 2022

HI @Ashebe_Pierre ,

You can edit templates in the Global Templates and Blueprints section af your Confluence settings. Locate the "ITSM Change Management" and click edit. note that you need to have corresponding permissions for this action. 


After this, you can adjust the template to your needs. As for the drop-down menu, Confluence doesn't have this functionality. However, there are multiple third-party apps on the Atlassian Marketplace that could help you.

For example, our Handy Macros for Confluence would allow you to create custom status sets with unlimited number of statuses to choose from. You'll need to create a set with options just once. After that, it can be reused over many Confluence pages. This Handy Status macro works as a drop-down on your pages.

Another benefit is that Handy Status can be changed in the page view mode without switching to the edit mode. 


Hope that helps!


@Elena Ovdienko _Stiltsoft_ Is there a limit to the number of Handy Macros you can use on a single page before a performance hits?  I am working with a client on using the Handy macros, and their page is several tables with five columns and ten rows each, and 4 out of the 5 have a Handy Macro.  While working with the client, the page crawled and stalled out. The page worked perfectly before the macros were applied and published.  Any idea why this would be?

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