Managing Balsamiq Mockups in Confluence

1. How can I manage the set of Balsamiq mockups stored in Confluence?

2. How can I rename the names of Balsamiq mockups stored in Confluence? How can I delete them?

3. How can I add to a Confluence page an existing Balsamiq mockup (existing in Confluence repository)?

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Hi Michael, the full Mockups for Confluence documentation is here: http://support.balsamiq.com/customer/portal/articles/113837 but it doesn't contain all the answers you're looking for, so here you go:

1. How can I manage the set of Balsamiq mockups stored in Confluence?

I'm not sure what you mean with "manage". The mockups are saved as attachments to wiki pages. You can manage them in the same way you'd manage other images.

2. How can I rename the names of Balsamiq mockups stored in Confluence? How can I delete them?

Renaming is a bit tricky, you have to rename the attachment (both the png and the bmml, and make sure you leave the "mockup_" prefix there). You also have to change the macro by entering {mockup:newname} in the wiki editor.

To delete a mockup, select it and click on "Delete".

3. How can I add to a Confluence page an existing Balsamiq mockup (existing in Confluence repository)?

You can only add mockups attached to the same page right now. If you want, you can create a copy instead. The fastest way to do that is via export / import, as described here: http://support.balsamiq.com/customer/portal/articles/111730#exportxml - export from the old one and import into a new one.

Hope this helps!

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