This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: Likes and Popular Content
Marking a page as a Favourite is equivalent to bookmarking it in your browser and it's easy to see all those pages in Confluence. "Click the Like button to them know" according to the doc at https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/likes-and-popular-content-278695530.html is more for the page author than myself.
But is there a way in the app to see which pages I have clicked "Like" on?
Unfortunately not; you can see a list of your activity by going to Profile pic > Profile, but it doesn't include likes.
Just FYI, in Confluence Cloud we've changed the 'Favourite' to 'Save for later' to more accurately represent what that option does. That'll also hit Server in the next major release.
Sorry I can't be more help!
So it would probably need a custom add-on to read from the DB table named likes.
The add-on at https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/ZFIN.instantsearch/server/overview lets you search for the most liked pages but not by user I think
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