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Easily searchable repository with labels or tags

We want to create a more approachable, accessible, and searchable confluence repository of different UX findings e.g. research results, observations, etc.

We want to be able to label/tag content we create, search, and filter the content you want to see based on tags. I know labels and labels macros functionality but I'm wondering how I can easily create filter panes that can help users to more efficiently browse content from different confluence project spaces.

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+1 looking for the same thing specific to an A/B testing repository for learnings. Want to be able to tag results so we can search based on what was tested, and easily see results topline. 

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Please explain what you mean by filter panes.

Hi Davin, thank you for your reply.  Answering your question, by a filter pane, I mean the ability to filter the content based on several dimensions at once. For example, if you have a library with research reports, you can use a filter pane to limit the content to only show reports from a selected time period, for a certain product, and related to a certain type of customer.

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