libraries of content in Confluence - are what and how?


According to to the Atlassian website you can, in Confluence:

"Create libraries of content – standard images, copyright statements, glossary items – for re-use across pages and spaces."

Does this simply mean that you can create pages containting content that is used by the Excerpt or Multi-Excerpt plugins?

I've had a look in the user guide but can't see anything on this subject.


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Hi Mick,

Confluence's inclusion libraries allow you to dynamically include content from one page into another page. You can include a whole page into another one, using the Include macro and you can also define an ‘excerpt’ on a page, and then include that excerpted text into another page using the Excerpt Include macro.

You can read more about configuring and using inclusion libraries in our documentation on the subject:

All the best,

Thanks, that is very helpful, as is the rest of the info on that page. :)

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