I am in charge of creating/updating our Wiki pages at work. We have quite a few, and people have been throwing more at me. I was thinking of creating a form where people could add pages that need to be worked on. I would use a table so that I could have columns like 'Page', 'Status(Missing/Obsolete)', 'Submitter', 'Notes', and maybe a couple of others.
Rather than have to go in and occasionally add rows or ask my users to, I was thinking about putting a button on the page that would say 'Add new item', or something similar, and it would add a new row to the table
Is this possible, or does it need plugins/macros?
Are you using only Confluence? Or do you use JIRA as well?
Tracking requests like these is what JIRA is all about and you can embed JIRA issue tables in your Confluence page with all the information you need as well as give the users a button to click to get a form that will add a new issue to that JIRA table.
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