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I've been looking for an answer to this myself today. Why am I not surprised that in order for me to again do something in the application that SHOULD already be there, I have to purchase yet another addon. Seriously???!!! I'm using a FREE addon (https://marketplace.atlassian.com/apps/1213090/cql-search?hosting=cloud&tab=overview) and attempting to create a report using the Confluence Query Language for this. I'm not a developer and not great with Confluence Query Language, but if anyone out there knows a CQL statement I could use to produce a report showing Comments Resolved or Unresolved within a space, please let me know. Thanks!!
Thank you for contacting us about this. It's not possible to filter out unresolved comments at this time. We have two feature requests below:
Please vote on the requests that interest you, and you'll automatically be updated of any progress.
You may be able to use the workaround in How can I decide the page has inline comment or not? It mentions the workaround is for Cloud as well, but the thread is a bit old so it may not work for you.
There's also an add-on from Marketplace that you can use:
Please give that a try and let me know if you have any questions.
100%. I can't believe that "back in the days" I bought myself an Atlassian T-shirt because I liked the software so much. Now they behave like Microsoft - big and immobile, impervious to user input, odd editing behavior in Confluence that is in there since the dawn of time, and basic functions missing that never get added to the core product.
I had a Internet Explorer T-Shirt that came with a CD set the company I worked for bought (some "developer network" stuff). Slightly embarrassed about that.
But I still have and am proud of a Firefox 1.0 T-Shirt. At Frankfurt airport a young guy complimented me with "awesome shirt, Sir". For that, I didn't slap him for the "Sir". I guess I'm not 20 any more...