I would like to provide users with an easy way of labelling out of date content in our Confluence site, and have a clear message displayed at the top of labelled pages so that other people know to tread carefully.
It's easy enough to have a standard label, and use contentbylabel to hold a list of pages needing attention, but is there some way of automatically including a warning box at the top of pages with that label? Ideally something space-wide.
Thanks in advance
I'm actually looking into the same thing right now. My plan is to use a macro to show content based on a label (thus conditionally showing a warning box as you mentioned), along with a custom template for all pages in the given space which has the given macro at the top. That's the best I've been able to come up with so far. My ideas are based on these links:
I'm working with one of my Confluence admins to see if I can get this wired up. If I have any success, I'll reply to this post and let you know.
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