Display Last Modified Date for Each Page in a Table of Contents Page

I have a Page that acts as a Table of Contents listing several other pages in my space. Along with the page title and link I would like to display the last modified date for each page. How can I do this with Confluence OnDemand? There are plugins and user macros that I could use for the downloaded product but that doesn't seem to be available with OnDemand.

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Davin Studer Community Champion Jul 25, 2014

Best I can think would be to lable your pages that you want to show on the TOC page and then use a search results macro with labelText:mylabel for the search terms field.

Davin Studer Community Champion Jul 31, 2014

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