Does anyone know what content Confluence indexes?

I'm creating documentation on how to search for content in Confluence, and I'd like to tell our employees what content Confluence actually indexes.

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Attempt at answering my own question...

Content =

* pages

* blog posts

* comments

* attachments

* status updates

* profiles

* space descriptions

For this content, text and titles (where relevant) are indexed.


Do any of the following help?

"When you perform a full search, Confluence will search all content in all spaces (site and personal), mail, personal profiles, attachments and the space description."

While this documentation provides some relevant information, I think it's a bit lacking in specifics. What is considered "all content"? For example, are macro names and values searched. (I believe the answer to this is no.)

Your list covers everything I believe. I don't think it searches macro names as that is not 'content' (or the maker of content) as such. I could be wrong though.

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