When you edit a page in Confluence, the default behavior is to notify all watchers of the page by sending then an email.
Confluence has an interesting @mention feature: by typing @ before a person’s name, the system autocompletes the name for you, makes it a link to the user’s profile and sends him/her a e-mail with a link to the page s/he has been mentioned on.
If you’re using Blog Posts macro for Confluence, you’re probably annoyed by the Blog posts h4 title and No blog posts found line if no blog posts exist.
If you need to create a child page with a specific template in Confluence, you may use the following link.
To remove the child tree from each page individually, add this jQuery user macro through Confluence admin panel.
Here’s a little user macro to replace text on page in Atlassian Confluence.