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Automation for Confluence cloud: Send email if page is created with no label



is it currently possible to use Automation for Confluence to send an email when a page is created that does not have a label?

I found out that it is possible to send an email when a page is created that has a certain keyword.
It is relatively simple:
When: Page published
If: CQL condition
label = "xyz"
Then: Send email

However, I can't find an expression that describes that there is no label at all. "Label IS empty" does not work.

(Reminder: I'm talking about Automation for Confluence cloud NOT Jira.)


Any ideas?


Kind regards,



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Florian PEREZ
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May 17, 2022


this is currently really hard to do. CQL does not allow null or empty as value. 

There's an open request you can for : 

You must use NOT IN LABEL "label-a" AND NOT IN LABEL "label-b" AND NOT IN LABEL "label-c", etc. It's really painfull. 

Hope this help

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