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We currently add our dev job numbers to page labels so that we can search for all pages relating to a job (User Guides, Support docs etc).
However this isn't sustainable as the number of jobs/labels for once page increases and it also fills up our word maps with numbers instead of words.
I thought I had the answer by only adding the job number to the comments when editing a page (which is great for page history & version control) but it seems only the comments in the current version of a page are included in searches rather than all versions.
Is it possible to extend search to include comments on previous versions of pages or is there another way to tag a page with a dev number it can be searched by which doesn't clutter up the labels?