I work for a small company that is considering using Confluence (server) for our help documentation. We currently have internal wikis written in Confluence Cloud. We have several products with overlapping features. I want to create a different TOC for each product, but use the same topic for each feature, adding conditional text to differentiate between products and plugging it in to multiple TOCs. Can I do this in Confluence and, if so, how? What Add-ons do I need, if any?
One fairly simple way to do this is create one page with the content and then create other pages with an include page macro that references the one page wherever you need them in other spaces or page trees. This gives you one page to manage that is syndicated into other contexts.
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