whenever I create an article of the type Meeting Note, Confluence will automatically create a page with the summary of all Meeting Notes with all items of the individual meeting notes. I keep deleting it at it keeps being automatically recreated. Is there a way to hinder that?
As to why we would like to do so: We divided a Confluence Space into several sections and do explicitely not want to create a space for each separate section (workaround) since the information must be centralized in only one space for our use case. Now, not everyone should have access to all sections of the space, so we are limiting access. Unfortunately, the automatically created summary of all Meeting Notes summarizes all Meeting Notes of the whole section + gets created at root level. We want to create our own summaries with our own Layout for each section where we want it to be, not use the automatically generated page at all.
Thank you for your assistance
When using that template (technically it's a "Blueprint" as it has more functionality than a template) you can't keep it from creating the overview page afaik.
I would create a user template, that has all the pre-filled content in it that you need, probably similar to what the built-in template has, and add a label "my-meeting-notes" to your new template. That label allows you to create the overview wherever you need it. You can use the Content Report Table macro to aggregate the pages with those labels as an overview
Somehow you'd need to keep your users from using the original template/blueprint. You could use the "create from template" macro to create a button to nudge your user to not use the built-in one.
Hope that helps.
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