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Collect data from different page

Dear Community 

How can I automate 2 field catalogs: client and technology?
If I add the Client 5 page, it should automatically appear on the page ACME Company technologies portfolio

Page 1 - ACME technologies portfolio

Technology 1 - used by Client 1, Client 2, Client 3

Technology 2 - used by Client 1, Client 2, Client 4

Technology 3 - used by Client 2, Client 3


Page 2 - Client 1 

Technology used: 

Technology 1 

Technology 2


Page 3 - Client 2

Technology used: 

Technology 1 

Technology 2

Technology 3


Page 4 - Client 3

Technology used: 

Technology 1 

Technology 3


Page 5 - Client 4

Technology used: 

Technology 2

3 answers

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I would use the "include" (or possibly the include-excerpt) macro to pull the data from the other pages.

I try, but still can't. Can i ask about small example?

Imagine you have a page called "source", and you want to show all of it in another page called "target".

Add the macro {include} where you want "source" to appear, and when it asks you what page to include, tell it "source"

Hi Feliks,

As @Jack Nolddor _Sweet Bananas_  said Page Properties and Page Properties Report macros are a great solution for pulling data from separated pages and creating a master table. But they do only half the job.

For example, you create a page for each client and insert the Page Properties macros: 


Then you create a master table with the help of the Page Properties Report macro. After that, you can wrap it in the Pivot Table macro (one of the macros included in our Table Filter and Charts for Confluence app) to aggregate data:


The Literal operation type allows you to output the list of clients who uses a certain technology, for instance, as a bulleted list:


Thank you for detailed explanation. But i try to find native solution, wo additional plugins

In addition to @Nic Brough _Adaptavist_ answer,

Consider the usage of Page Properties Macro in conjuntion withPage Properties Report Macro


You can create useful dynamic tables using this two macros


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