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Configuring sets of statuses

Confluence Administrator should configure statuses sets before use. See more details in the user's manual.

Please note that all sets and statuses are available to the all Confluence users.

Confluence Administrator can configure different status sets. Status sets can be configured using the "Handy Macros Settings" in the Confluence Administrator console (Confluence Administration > General Configuration > Handy Macros Settings).

Creating set of statuses

  1. Enter the name of set.
  2. Click Add.

Editing sets of statuses

  1. Locate the appropriate status set.
  2. Click Edit.
  3. Edit the set name as you need.
  4. Click Save.

Removing sets of statuses

  1. Locate the appropriate status set.
  2. Click Delete.
  3. Confirm deletion by clicking Remove.

Configuring statuses

Adding statuses to status set

  1. Locate and click the appropriate status set.
  2. Enter status name.
  3. Pick the color for text and background. There is a three ways to do so:
    1. Select the color using the colorpicker
    2. Specify color by the text (green, black and so on)
    3. Specify color hex code
  4. Click Add.
  5. Repeat steps 1-4 to add as many statuses as you need.

Using minimal width for status macros

This feature is available starting from Handy Macros 1.10.0.

This option allows you to make your status macros smaller when short texts for statuses are used.

  1. Click the appropriate status set.
  2. Click the cogwheel icon and select the Use minimal width option.
  3. Click Save.

This option will be ignored if the text in the status lozenge exceeds the width of 80px.

Editing statuses in status set

  1. Select and click the appropriate status set.
  2. Select the appropriate status inside status set and click Edit.
  3. Edit status name, text and background colors as you need.
  4. Click Save.

Removing statuses from status set

  1. Locate and click the appropriate status set.
  2. Locate the appropriate status to delete.
  3. Click Delete, then click Remove.

Enabling or disabling macros on the instance level

Handy Page Diff, Handy Heading and Handy Tasks can be disabled for the whole Confluence instance in the Confluence Administrator console (Confluence Administration > General Configuration > Handy Macros Settings).

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