I have added a new label to the Retrospective Blueprint. The Create Template button (on the parent page) is pulling in the Retrospective Blueprint, but it uses the wrong label for each new page. It won't use the label as per the edited Retrospective template.
Hope you can help, Regards, Rosalind
V 5.7.3 Confluence
Thanks for your reply. I know that the Create Template macro is pulling in the edited Retrospective Blueprint for that space because it creates a page with my changes (two extra rows). But the new page is not using the new label that displays on the edited Retrospective Blueprint (bottom left). The space was created a couple of years ago prior to Confluence 5, so have had to access the space template via Browse\Space Admin instead of Content Tools. (I'm very clear that I am not working with the global blueprint- no changes to that - still in its original form.) Regards, Rosalind
Interesting ... I'm using Confluence 5.7.3 and the label option does not show initially, but after I have edited the Retrospective Blueprint, it will display with Edited/Reset to Default - and if I re-select Edit and scroll to the bottom left, the label option appears for editing. So maybe this is a new feature that is not working as it should? (Have not done this with other blueprints.) We have 100's retrospectives, so I want to create new pages using a specific label for 2015. At the moment we have a workaround, where we create the new retrospective meeting page and manually add the label for 2015. With the page properties report, it means that I'm seeing key details for retrospectives created in 2015. (I have created other parent pages for 2014, and 2013). Regards,
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