Create or edit a regular Confluence page and embed the Property Group macro:
In the Confluence editor, choose + > Other Macros
Find and select the Property Group macro
Using the macro in edit mode
Double-click the macro placeholder (or click the placeholder and choose Edit) to open the macro dialog window.
Select a previously created property group in the left sidebar of the macro dialog. Your assigned properties will appear which can be edited within there.
All entered values will be lost when you choose a different property group.
After filling out the properties you click on ‘Save’. The macro placeholder will reflect the applied values.
To edit the values just edit the macro again and save your changes. You can choose to edit your Confluence page or publish it.
Due to a technical limitation copying and pasting the macro on the same page or across pages will cause the macros to stay in sync. If you don't want this you are advised to insert a new macro on your page instead of copying and pasting it.
Using the macro in view mode
The Property Group macro can also be used in the view mode. Everyone who can access the page (viewing permissions) can also view the macro.
All properties will be displayed, even the ones who have no values. To edit the properties you don’t need to go into the edit mode. By hovering over the properties you can change the values directly. All properties can be edited here without any limitations.
Only users with editing permissions can interact with the macro.
Reviewing the change log
All actions within the Property Group macro are logged. Below the macro the name and timestamp of the last editor is displayed.
By clicking on this hint you can access the change log.
All edits are listed in the change log. This includes:
Name of the editor
Time of the edit
edited on page version
Once you remove the Property Group macro the corresponding change log is deleted.