Automation for Confluence - Page Condition is here! 💡

👋 Community! Avinoam from Confluence Automation here again, and this time, I'm super excited to let you know that as a follow up to releasing smart values for analytics, we've officially released an all new Page condition

 

What's available and what can you do with it?

With the new Page condition, you don't have to use smart values to leverage analytics data in your automation rules. And you can actually do more than just that. You can now natively filter your rules by:

  • Page title
  • Labels
  • Views
  • Unique Viewers

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This can allow you to add a lot more power and granularity into your automation rules, without having to be an expert in smart values (even though we've got you covered there too 😉)

  

When it will be available?

This is already live to all Confluence Premium and Enterprise customers!

 

We want to hear from you!

We’d love your feedback so please feel free to schedule time with us directly here or drop a comment on this post :pray:

6 comments

Dan Tombs
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May 10, 2024

Brilliant work. Massive improvement rather then having to know CQL to do the conditioning of the issue. Love the work team.

I would love to see additional searching options come around Statuses, updates, attachments, authors etc in the future but brilliant work.

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Filip Callewaert May 13, 2024

Great (x10)!

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Stefan Draber May 14, 2024

Hi @Avinoam and community,

with these new conditions, is it somehow possible to fetch pages based on relative values rather than on absolute values?

I.e. I want to identify the most viewed page (more views than all the others, no matter whether it's 10 or 1.000 views) or even the most viewed page in a given timeframe, let's say last week ("trending").

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Avinoam
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May 14, 2024

@Stefan Draber that's an excellent question and idea - love it! That's not something that's currently available directly, but the main way to go about this is to use the Greater than/Less than etc as opposed to an exact value to basically deduce the relativity of it.

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Aron Gombas _Midori_
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May 15, 2024

@Stefan Draber You can get a list of "trending" contents over a given period using the Confluence Analytics interface if you are using Confluence Premium.

Or, you can use the "Content analytics" dashboard of the Better Content Archiving and Analytics app which has a gadget for that. It works for Confluence Free and Standard, as well:

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(Discl. this is a paid and supported app developed by our team. Free for 10 users!)

Stefan Draber May 16, 2024

Hi @Aron Gombas _Midori_ 

thanks for your input, much appreciated.

However, I'm afraid none of suggested is going to work for us.

1) we cannot install new apps

2) our goal is to provide that overview of trending pages on the Space homepage, since Confluence Analytics is not available for everyone (permissions) and would be non-intuitive. An according native macro would do the job, but unfortunately there is none :\

That's why we wanted to setup a workaround: use Automation to tag trending pages with "trending" -> implement the 'filter by label' macro for label "trending"

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