When editing a Confluence page I can type two slashes to bring up a date picker; the date I pick is then nicely rendered on my page (and selecting the date while editing brings the date picker up again to make changing the date easier) - this feature is not particularly well documented (see "https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/321029" for details).
My question: is there a similar feature for inserting a time, or time and date together?
Please note: I'm not asking about how to make a page display either the current time (or date) or the time/date when it was edited; there are plenty of answers to that question easily available already!
The problem is posted about 3 years ago. Now the server version still not provides time picker macro officially. It is a joke that the official template Meeting Notes only have date field in there but no time. It is not a big problem that you can type the time manually, with a very weird layout stands next to date, is it? If you want time align with the style of date, look at the marketplace and pay money.
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