How to inform users of deprecated macros ?

Before disabling a macro (which is no longer free or compatible with our Confluence version after an update) and removing it from the server, I'm looking for something to inform users :

  • when a user is in view mode and a deprecated macro is inside the page, the page is displayed as usual.
  • when a user is in edit mode and looking for a macro, deprecated macros are not shown.
  • when a user is in edit mode on a page containing a deprecated macro, a message is available next to the macro (by example "This macro will be replaced or deleted...")

Is there a plugin or an option in the UPM to do that or something similar ? Do you have any other way to manage this situation ?



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... no news ... everybody is in vacation ? cheeky

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