How to make Notify Watchers in Edit page mode to be unchecked by default?

Hi mates, can you please advise with the subject? Thanks!

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You could try to add this code to your custom HTML (in the dead section)

    <!-- Disable "notifyWatchers" checkbox by default (on edit pages only) -->
    AJS.$('input#notifyWatchers').attr('checked', false);

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Hi Alex, so it is only on global level... Thank you for the anwer))

do you need to restart Confluence for this to work?

I needed to place this at the end of the body section for it to work for both direct and linked access to edit pages.  Worked great, thanks!

There is a small piece of JavaScript you can add to your HTML header that will 'remember' if you uncheck the box for a few hours using a cookie. We love it this way, since it allows us to disable it, but it re-enables after a few hours in the spirit of open communication and sharing.

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