The Network macro displays a list of Network activity on a Confluence page or blog post. You can specify the user whose network activity you wish to show. These interactions include the users that the specified user is following or users who are following the specified user. The Network macro shows each listed user by their profile picture. It also provides a choice of two themes and the ability to limit the number of users in the list.
Screenshot: Network macro
Using the Network macro
We ended support for this macro in Confluence 7.0
The macro no longer appears in the macro browser and can't be added to a page.
Any macro already on a page will still work.
Parameters are options that you can set to control the content or format of the macro output. Where the parameter name used in Confluence storage format or wikimarkup is different to the label used in the macro browser, it will be listed below in brackets (
Current user's username
The username of the Confluence user whose network interactions you wish to show. If no username is specified, then current user's (that is, your) network interactions are shown.
Determines which users are listed, with respect to the specified user:
This parameter is unnamed in storage format and wikimarkup.
Determines how the user's network is displayed:
No limit imposed up to a maximum of 30
Restricts the number of users displayed. If the number of users exceeds the specified maximum, then a Show All link is provided. This link leads to the specified user's Network view, showing the complete list of network interactions.
Wiki markup example
This example is useful when you want to add a macro outside the editor, for example as custom content in the sidebar, header or footer of a space.
Macro body: None.
Disabling the Network macro
The Network macro is provided by the 'network' module in the 'Profile Macros' system app (plugin). To remove the macro from your site, you can disable this module. See Disabling and enabling apps.