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How to exlude the current page from blueprint $contentbylabelMacro variable by default?

I'd like to use the blueprint variable $contentbylabelMacro, but to force the macro not to include the current page.

Is there any possibility to do so? The macro itself can do this, but how to give the necessary cql statemant to the blueprint variable?

Thanks.

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Diego Atlassian Team Sep 21, 2020

Hello @Marco B_ !

If I understand correctly, you need to auto-populate the Content By Label macro so it does not display the current page.

Right of the bat, two reports come to mind. One of them tells us that we are unable to provide values to macros in templates and the other tells us that editing the macro variable breaks the macro after page publish. Here you can check both reports:

 

 

Let us hear from you!

Hi Diego,

yeah, you got me right. And it seems, like there is no solution for my issue? What a pity. But thank you anyway.

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