Confluence user can create a new page from blank page or template. In case any existing page is created from template, I want to know from which template Confluence page is created. Is there any way to know this info?
Unfortunately, after a page is created from a template every connection with the template will be lost. So you can not know from which template was created.
But it can be a workaround if you add different unique label for every template.
You're welcome :)
I have got an another idea. You can customize (or develop) a custom blueprint for "must known" template. Blueprints are "remember" for their "origin"
Customizing a blueprint is a same simple task like customizing a page template, but create a new blueprint is like "develop an addon" so it needs little deeper knowledge about Confluence
Our Page Tree Creator Add-on provides templates based on normal Confluence pages and we have the following tags, which you can use in the generate page:
|__Template_Title__||Place the title of the template|
|__Template_Space__||Place the space of the template|
Place the version of the template
|__Template_Creator__||Place the user, which created the template|
|__Template_last_Modifier__||Place the user, which has most recently edited the template|
|__Template_last_modification_Date__||Place the modification date of the template|
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