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paul whyton
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May 16, 2023

Is there a way to see from a top level page which pages in the tree have been accessed/updated or which content has been added?

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Teodora V
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May 17, 2023

Hi @paul whyton 

If you want to see a notification on the page tree or anything on the left menu bar, I'm afraid It's not possible. But you can always add a "Recently updated" macro on your Top level page, and when you open the page, you will quickly see what's changed in your content.

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May 17, 2023

that sounds like it might work, will it look through the child pages or just the one the macro is attached to?

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May 22, 2023

@paul whyton this works precisely if all your child pages are tagged with the same label - you can set that label in the macro parameters then.

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June 13, 2023

The Better Content Archiving provides the Content Status List macro which accepts a CQL  query and can render you the table with the last edit/last view information of the matching contents.

You can add that to any page anywhere, even multiple times. See the middle section here:

better-content-archiving-content-status-list-macro.png

If you want to get that list for the children (descendants) of the page with the ID=1234 then use this CQL:

ancestor = 1234

This query will match all children, grandchildren, etc. and list all those.

(Discl. this is a paid and supported app developed by our team.)

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