I want to create an atlas and the features to show are OUTSIDE the feature of the layer coverage.
The atlas feature 1 is Switzerland, but I want to show all embassy that are geographically OUTSIDE Switzerland, but that belongs to Switzerland, namely the Swiss embassy around the world. To show them I will create many maps and manually define the maps views. The same thing I will 2 with atlas feature 2 that is France and so on. To show them I need to create many different maps and pages for every atlas feature because every country (namely atlas feature) has different numbers of embassy and so on.
Switzeraland has x embassy around the world, French has y embassy and so on. So every atlas feature need different numbers of page or maps shape inside the page. My problem is that I don't know how to create an atlas with different number of pages and map shapes. It seems me that atlas can work only recurrent. If feature 1 has 3 page, feature 2 can have only 3 page, and feature 3 can have only 3 page. How can I have an atlas that change the page number for every atlas feature?
I add an example. You see an atlas with maps shape differents and in feature 1 you see the there are two page, in feature 2 there is 1 page. So, feature 1 has not the same layout of feature 2 (one vs two page and so on)
Someone could ask me, why do yo need an atlas? I need an atlas because it helps me to automatically create a filter of the vector embassy that otherwise would have shown the embassy of the entire world. Feature 1 of the atlas that is Switzerland allows me with the filter in the symbology to see automatically only the Swiss embassy from the vector embassy and feature 2 only from France and so on. Atlas has only this purpose.
Pay attention: I don't work with embassy but I used only as example to show the concept in this thread.