This action allows you to view and, if you have sufficient privileges, manage users that have marked the current page or news item (as applicable) as favourite.
Tip: Logged-in wiki users can mark favourite pages and news items by clicking the icon which is usually in the top-right corner of a page. Some themes may include the link in a menu.
To access this action, choose the "Favourites" link. Depending on your version of Confluence and the Theme you're using, the link may appear in different places (eg. a tab at the top of the page, link on the Tools menu, etc).
You'll see a screen that shows which users have marked the current page or news item as favourite:
Tip: See Favourites for a list of macros that display favourite pages and news items for a specific user.
If you're a Space Administrator, Confluence Administrator or Site Administrator, you'll be able to add and remove users from the list.
To remove a user, simply click the
!Community Bubbles Plugin:delete2!icon shown next to them.
To add a user to the list for the current page or news item, enter their username in to the text box at the top of the page then click the "Add" button:
If you don't know their username, you can search for them using the User Selector dialog.
If you're using Theme Builder and want to add a custom link or menu item to this action, use the "webui" setting of the menulink macro or compound-menuitem macro. For a full list of keys and locations applicable to Community Bubbles, see Web UI Links.