If it's worth repeating, it's worth reusing.
It's easy to implement your content reuse strategy in Confluence by creating a library of reusable content for your documentation. The benefit of content reuse is, when you update the source content, all pages that include that content are dynamically updated. In Confluence, you can create reusable content using a macro to include that same content on one or more additional pages. You can reuse short descriptions of content from a page or content from a shared library.
Use the Excerpt Macro to mark a portion of a page for reuse. This feature is best for marking short descriptions. The short description is a paragraph describing what a page is about and is meant to help users understand quickly if the content is helpful to them.Organize Your Reusable Content
Create a rich collection of reusable content in Confluence known as an Include Library.Reuse Your Content
Once you've added content as Page Excerpts or within your Include Library, use macros to include that content in your documentation.Enhance Content Reuse with Scroll Versions
If you use Scroll Versions for Confluence, you can manage an include library with multiple versions and languages.
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