Hi Community, my name is Niraj and I’m one of the architects on the Confluence Cloud team.
Has your team made multiple decisions across many pages within a space but not sure what they all are? Well, we fixed that…with the Decision Report macro.
This is one of the top requested features!!! Solved. Finally. CONFCLOUD-62245 - Create a place to aggregate decisions IN PROGRESS
Building this feature for you was honestly not originally scheduled in my “day job”. (I am working on other exciting features, though!) However, I felt passionate about fixing this extremely popular request. So during a recent Atlassian ShipIt event, some colleagues and I carved out time to build this. We hope you like it.
To add the macro, just type “/decision report”. That’s it. It will automatically list all the decisions across many pages and blogs. You can filter by a space including the one you’re currently in or a completely different space. You can also filter by label or any other CQL (Confluence Query Language) field.
The end result is a group of decisions sorted by page. You will see all the decisions (customizable to how many you want to display) next to the page title, and conveniently a hyperlink to that page. See below for an example.
We also updated the Meeting Notes Summary page to include the new Decision report macro so this will show up on all the new meetings summary pages. You will however, have to edit the existing summary pages to include the new Decision Report Macro.
Hopefully, you find this new macro helpful! We would love to hear your thoughts or questions below. Note, if you don't see it yet, you'll see it soon. It is currently rolling out.
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