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Auto-Labeling Solution for Confluence Pages

Benjamin Becker
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May 19, 2023

Hi All,

I'm looking for help with an issue we've been facing. We've noticed that users often forget or decide not to add labels to our Confluence pages. This is causing trouble with our content organization and searchability.

I'm wondering if there's an automated solution for creating and applying labels based on page content, to bypass user forgetfulness or reluctance.

Has anyone faced a similar issue or knows of any add-ons or APIs that can help with this?

Thanks in advance!

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Aron Gombas _Midori_
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May 19, 2023

Confluence Automation can help with it.

You can set up an automation rule that checks the page title, content, etc. and modifies the labels on the page. You should use the triggers "page created" and "page updated", I guess.

This tutorial video is almost about the same like your use case: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lwS-WkfDrqg

Sheerine Baucum
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May 24, 2023

Hi @Benjamin Becker the above solution would definitely help with this use case!

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@Benjamin Becker 

Maybe you might consider is the Smart Labels for Confluence app. This application harnesses the power of artificial intelligence to automatically create and apply labels to your Confluence pages, based on the content of the page. The aim here is to enhance the organization and searchability of your Confluence content.

When a new page is published, the app will automatically generate appropriate labels for it. For existing pages, there's a button that will generate suitable labels when clicked. You also have the freedom to manually remove or extend these labels if needed.

What's more, you can configure the app at various levels, such as the Space level or the Parent Page level, to decide where you want labels to be auto-generated and where not. This could help you tailor the app's use to suit your organization's unique requirements.

While this app offers automated solutions, you retain control over labels as they can be manually added or removed on any page, giving you the best of both worlds.

Benjamin Becker
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May 26, 2023

Hi,

Thanks. The Smart Labels app looks promising. I will evaluate it together with the other automation options. 

Cheers,

Benjamin

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