Content by Label using page name

Im using the following content by label macro:

{contentbylabel:label=Sustainability}

What im trying to do is set the label as the page title. For example if the page was called ICT, then the content by label macro would change accordingly. Any ideas??

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Best way it to create a own user macro in Confluence. ie: {contentforpagetitle}

In user macro you can use Velocity, so you do something like {contentbylabel:label=$<tt>renderContext.pageTitle}</tt>

More information about User Macros : http://confluence.atlassian.com/x/UolYDQ

thats awsome, thank you

This is a bit dated now. Does this still work? I attempted to create a macro using the information above for this (and I've created other macros, just not ones that use another macro within them to expand upon its functionality), but I can't get this work.

Hi,

can you give me the complete User Macro? I am new here and not worked with Velocity yet.

Thank you !

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