How to recognize macro by its name?


I can I recognize a macro by its name?

For example I want to use macro that replace all text when user start to type:

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How can I recognize which macro it is?



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Hello Ester, you may do that by using a curly bracket "{" plus a User Macro which will invoke that component into Confluence editor. Note that while there are examples on the syntax for composing a User Macro, they may require a bit of tinkering before you can get to the functioning code. 

A good shortcut would be to employ an add on such as Quick Suggest which delivers the feature, you may like to look for other options within

Hello Guilherne, 

I meant that I see an existing macro in several pages (blueprints) but don't have a clue how can I implement them because I there's no option to see the macro name once it implemented on such page.

I can I know what is the name of the macro below?

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