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How to hide the heading created by the recently updated macro?

For eg: I want to change the heading from "Recently updated" to "Status updates" when using 'recently-updated' macro?


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It's not possible in the macro, but you could inject some javascript on the page to do this for you. For example, try this javascript:

AJS.$(document).ready(function() {
	AJS.$(".recently-updated h4.sub-heading").text("Status updates");

Let me know if this works for you :)

Thanks Dennis for the answer.

But how to add javascript to the page? Do the confluence admin need to enable the HTML macro feature to add javascript in a page?

That's one way to do it. The other way would be to insert it in the announcement banner, which supports HTML.

I have only space admin rights in the wiki. So I dont have access to announcement banner. :(

Is there any other way to insert javascript in the page like css?

Thanks !


The most common way would be to use the HTML macro. If that isn't an option you might be able to pull this off by having a custom user macro installed by your admin, that includes this javascript.

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