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Is it possible to do a search based on 2 criteria: a label X AND a text Y present on a page?
This means that if the label X brings back 150 responses, and the text Y 290, the two combined allow you to restrict it to 15.
Thanks a lot for your help.
Many Confluence users are not aware of this, because for some reason Atlassian doesn't promote this, but you can run advanced searches with CQL!
In your case, the CQL query would be something like this:
label = "X" and text ~ "Y"
Quite intuitive, no?
Hi Tatiana, from the Advanced Search I can add the text (Y) that I'm looking for and then using the Labels drop down, restrict the query to issues where the label is X.
At least that worked for me.
Hope that helps.