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How to reorder Confluence macros?

In confluence, when you create a page. You can add Macros via the "+" icon.

A lot of these macros we do not use regularly (some not at all).

Others like "Code Block" we use regularly.

Anyone know how to reorder or add/remove macros from the "+" icon?

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Laurie Sciutti
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Oct 16, 2023

Hi @Colin_McDermott ~ not sure if you can reorder them but you can definitely disable them if you're a Confluence admin.  Navigate to Manage Apps, filter for macro , click the Modules Enabled link, hover over the one you want to disable and click the Disable button.  HTH



Thank you for offering that I can disable some of these macros.

After searching I found this in the backlog

^Atlassian product owner for Confluence... -> Do this!

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Laura Campbell _Seibert Media_
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Oct 18, 2023

Another option is the use the shortcut [ and then start typing the name of the macro. That way you don't have to scroll or search for the macro you want, just insert it directly on the page.

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