We are currently updating our Blueprints documentation – for now, here is the old documentation:
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Confluence comes with a number of templates or Blueprints to help you create content.
You can use Confluence Blueprint templates and define the Comalatech workflow that will be applied to all pages and blog posts in the space created with the blueprint.
Comala Document Management can be used to
- attach a Comalatech workflow to an individual Blueprint in a space
- link a global workflow to a space category including the space template categories
Once attached to a Blueprint or linked to a space category using these templates will automatically add and apply a Comalatech workflow to the content.
Confluence Blueprint for individual pages and blog posts
Content created with a blueprint with an attached workflow template in a space will automatically have the attached workflow added
- the workflow is applied as a space scope workflow in the space
The workflow attached to the Blueprint is added to both
- new content created using the Blueprint
- any existing content in the space created with the Blueprint
Detaching the workflow from the Blueprint disables the space workflow and removes the workflow from the existing content.
Confluence template for space categories
A global administrator can link a global workflow template to one or more space categories.
These include the Confluence space template Blueprints
- Knowledge base space
- Team space
- Documentation space
When the workflow is linked to the space category
- the workflow is added to the space as a global scope workflow
- the workflow will be automatically added and applied to content in the space if it is enabled in the global workflows dashboard
A space administrator can remove the global scope workflow from a space even if the workflow was linked by the global administrator.
The linked global workflow may not be applied to all content in the space if the linked workflow has a content label filter.