Create a template
You can write your template using the Confluence editor. You can also add special variables to the page, if you want to include fields that the author will complete when adding the page. See Create a Template for more information.
Use a template
Templates provided by blueprints
A blueprint is a page template with added functionality to help you create, manage and organize content in Confluence, and there's a collection of predefined ones that ship with Confluence. You can also download additional blueprints from the Atlassian Marketplace. You can customize the blueprint templates to suit your individual needs, disable particular blueprints or even .
Promote templates in the Create dialog
The promoted templates or blueprints will appear at the top, with all other content types, including Blank Page and Blog Post collapsed under them. To view the other types of content available choose the Show more link.
- Show more: see more templates and blueprints.
To promote a template or blueprint:
- Go to Space Tools > Content Tools
- Choose Promote next to the templates or blueprints you want to appear in the Create dialog. You can only promote templates created in this space.
Remember, by promoting a blueprint or template you'll be hiding all other items, including blank page and blog post, under the Show more link.
If you use the Show more link in the create dialog more than three times in a single space, the dialog will show you all templates by default from then on.
Confluence also provides 'system templates' containing content like the site welcome message and default space content. See Administering Site Templates.