To help preserve macro content that cannot be fully rendered in Confluence Cloud, we have, where possible, added legacy macros to enable the migration. These macros are read-only.

Progress Bar Legacy Macros

The Progress Bar legacy macros are a pair of macros used to preserve migrated progress bars you created with Content Formatting Macros for Confluence Server or Data Center. These macros are read-only. If your migrated content contains Progress Bar Container and Progress Bar Step macros, they will be rendered in the legacy macros.

Migrated Progress Bar macros are rendered in Confluence's legacy editor similar to the example below.

Rendered

Macro placeholders

The legacy macro parameters are read-only and you cannot add macros to a legacy container macro. To add new progress bars to a migrated page, use the Progress Bar macro.

Tabs Legacy Macros

The Tabs legacy macros are a pair of macros used to preserve migrated tabs that you created with Content Formatting Macros for Confluence Server or Data Center. If your migrated content contains Tabs macros they will be rendered in the legacy macros.

Migrated Tabs Page and Tabs Container macros are rendered in Confluence’s legacy editor similar to the example below.

An example of a rendered Tabs page and Tabs Container macro.

The placeholders for a Tabs Container and Tabs Page macro.

The legacy macro parameters are read-only. To add new tabs on a migrated page, use the Tabs Page macro.

Migrated Tabs macros are always rendered in a horizontal direction.