Confluence (3.5): How can an alphabetical list of child pages be made much like with the listlabels macro?

Hi Confluence gurus,

how can I create an alphabetical reference of child pages (or all pages in a space) much like it is possible for labels with the listlabels macro? I have seen something like this here: https://confluence.atlassian.com/pages/listpages-alphaview.action?key=DOC

How did you do that?

Cheers

Marco

2 answers

Hi there,

any thoughts?

Cheers

Marco

I have found two solutions:

You could use the Page Index Macro or "listpages-alphaview.action" like so: http://<your confluence instance>/pages/listpages-alphaview.action?key=<your space>

Cheers

Marco

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