The new MacroSuite Button is out!

If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Well, we beg to differ. That’s why we present you the latest version of our Confluence content formatting macro – the MacroSuite’s Button!

One thing’s for sure – needs, expectations, and challenges change and evolve. And if you want to keep your product relevant over time, it’s crucial to keep pace with them. So, we got down to business and decided to revamp the Button macro to ensure our app remains relevant among customers. The cool part? The new release brings you a more eye-catching, unique, and functional Button macro!

So, without further ado, let’s unpack the updates to the Button macro to understand its enhanced functionality better. But first, let’s quickly look at the benefits of one of the most widely used UI elements.


Why are buttons important?

Buttons and links are the standard forms of communication between the user and the system. In fact, they are vital in creating interactions and providing a good UX. After all, these features make it possible for users to move about, take action or make a decision with a single tap.

But that’s not all, though! Adding a button to the page gives it a more eye-popping appeal since they usually have the highest emphasis on the web (or any other) page. But there’s more to it than meets the eye. Buttons are one of the most effective ways to increase conversions, whether from one page to the next or to your chosen goal page. The same goes for Confluence pages. And this is precisely why it’s crucial to include these features.


Button types


While it’s all too easy to get carried away with design, it’s important to ensure it doesn’t come at the expense of the app’s functionality. And the latest edition of the MacroSuite Button macro demonstrates that design and functionality do go hand in hand.


Discover the latest in the Button content formatting macro

Our expert design team put their heads together to create a more streamlined and user-friendly configuration for you. Creating and customizing a native Confluence button has never been easier! Simply add a Button macro to your Confluence page to encourage readers’ action in a few simple steps.

Explore the easy-to-use custom options and choose a design style that feels right for you. Size, color, width, border radius, and shadow – there’s no limit to your choices! Remember, it pays to be playful. So, customize your Button and delight your readers through design!


Button macro dashboard


But don’t worry if you’re not in the mood to be creative. MacroSuite Button macro’s got you covered with its Templates. If having too many options overwhelms you, just pick one of the available Button templates and add a pre-designed button to your Confluence page. No muss, no fuss!


Button templates


If you want to save your custom-designed Button, you can do so easily by adding it to the Library. Additionally, saving your Button to the Library makes it accessible to everyone on your team. So, don’t lose it even if you don’t use it! Save it for later and help your teammates overcome their creative blocks.


Button Library feature


Unleash your creative spirit by adding emojis and icons to your button. More than 5000 icons and emojis are available by clicking the icon in your freshly generated button. Choose one and draw even more attention. Make your button stand out from the rest of your Confluence page’s content by making it more visually appealing.


Button icons and emojis


Use an inline editing feature and seamlessly edit the content of your button. Write your button copy directly on-screen and make quick changes with one click. Your button copy is what will persuade your readers to click on it once they’ve recognized it, so choose your words wisely. As for the rest, have no worries. The MacroSuite Button macro will ensure that your button’s design is noticeable and appealing.


Button inline editing feature


Do more in less time with the MacroSuite Button macro

Want to add styling to hyperlinks in Confluence? In just a few clicks, the MacroSuite Button content formatting macro will do the trick!

To clarify, hyperlinks are no novelty in Confluence, as they are part of native features. However, MacroSuite’s Button macro takes the button design to a whole new level, making them more trendy and user-friendly.

You can use the Button macro to add links to Confluence content and external URLs, giving them a more polished look. The buttons are simply customizable and add a professional touch to your Confluence pages. So, add a Button macro (/button) to your next Confluence page and:

  • enhance the user experience
  • increase engagement on your page
  • bring more link conversion
  • streamline navigation between Confluence and/or external web pages
  • encourage your readers/Confluence users to take the desired action
  • encourage users to contact support or visit the marketplace listings of other apps
  • enable your readers to send an email to a specific address with a click on the Button


Button macro


Let us know your thoughts!

We strongly believe that feedback is the most valuable info one can get. So, as always, we’d love to hear your thoughts on the latest UI and UX improvements to our content formatting Button macro. Feel free to get in touch and share your experience with us!

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