Before I log a feature request, I want to be sure I haven't overlooked something. I'm also hoping you experts can help me find a way to accomplish my goal.
I need to be able to select labeled content from a specific page, not from the entire space. For example, I have a page to which all customer requests are attached. Gives us a single page to view everythig. In the customer space, I have a My Requests page. I want to pull in any attachment from the Customer Request page that is labeled for this customer. I do not want to pull in attachments from any other pages in the space (for example: orders, RMAs, etc.).
The second item is the page name included with the attchment title on the page link. The macro gives me the option to turn off showing the space name and the labels, but I cannot stop it from showing the page name where the attachement is pulled from. Using the previous example, I see:
Customer Requests > Acme: Need a bigger rocket
Both of those are links. I don't want the customer to have a link to that page. What I want to see is:
Acme: Need a bigger rocket
From the playing I've done, I don't see that the macro can handle either of those items. Have I overlooked something? If not, I will log a feature request.
Is there a way, other than this macro, that I can accomplish this content sharing? I REALLY need to solve this problem without duplicating content or having our internal 'orders' person jump through too many hoops.
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