Easy Heading Macro for Confluence

Do you need Easy Heading Macro or Easy Heading Pro?

We have two addons that both provides Floating Table of Contents for the content on pages or blogs. The essential difference for the two addons is:

  • Easy Heading Macro is a Macro for user to insert into individual page/blog that give the Floating Table of Contents for that page/blog in Display mode

  • Easy Heading Pro is to provide a Navigation View functionality (simliar to MS word doc, user can turn on/off) for any page/blog for each Space in both Display mode and Edit mode

  • In some cases you might only need the Macro for a few pages instead of the Pro plugin. Easy Heading Pro is not upgrade version for the Easy Heading Macro though Pro Plugin can share style and default settings to Macros, they have simliar function but in completely different usage.

Comparison between Easy Heading Macro and Easy Heading Pro

Easy Heading Macro is currently free but we don’t guarantee it will be free in the future. If we intend to change it to paid commercial we will provide alternative solution for current users who still need the free plugin.



Easy Heading Macro for Confluence

Easy Heading Pro for Confluence



Easy Heading Macro for Confluence

Easy Heading Pro for Confluence

Addon Type

Macro (apply to the page once it’s inserted into the content)

Plugin (automatically apply to pages once configured)

Action Scope

Apply to Single Page by inserting a Macro

Apply to all pages of one Space/Whole Confluence with Configuration

Floating Table of Contents displayed as a Column on the right side (display mode)

Floating Table of Contents displayed in Popup only when user move cursor hover on the floating icon (display mode)

Expand/Collapse Heading blocks on the page/blog (display mode)

User can turn on/off the Floating Table of Contents feature from menu item Navigation View

When user changes the display mode between Right Column and Popup, or change the width of the sidebar, it will remember the display mode and width in cookie for this user

Floating Table of Contents displayed as a Column on the left/right side (edit mode)

Customize Style for Floating Table of Contents

Apply the plugin to a whole Space

Wiki Macro with parameters

Space Tool with UI

Apply the plugin to whole Confluence

Wiki Macro with parameters

Global Configuration with UI

Customize Style for Floating Table of Contents

Deactivate the plugin for the selected Pages/Blogs

When Free Macro and Pro Plugin are both installed



Existing Macros will still work and can share the style and settings from Pro Plugin

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