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You can obtain this from your database by running the query from the below article:
There's not a user macro that would do this if you need to display it within Confluence, but you may be able to make something similar by Writing a User Macro. There may also be a way to do it with an add-on that connects to your database. I've linked to a few examples for you from our Marketplace there.
Let me know if you have any questions about that.
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In Cloud, you don't have direct access to your site's database. You might be able to do something similar using an add-on such as Scriptrunner, which allows you to query your Cloud site.
Otherwise, you can raise a ticket with the Support team. There, you'll be able to see if they can help you to obtain that information from your site.
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