I'm rather new to Confluence but my team in my company is using it for a wide range of processes (wiki, protocol, task description to name just a few). Therefore the pages do not have any clear structure. Nevertheless, I was given the task to get an overview of all pages with their hierarchy , such as child pages and any other sub-page and do some sort of quality assessment especially for the wiki pages. What I have learnt from other community posts is that there is no straight forward process:
I'm now requesting support for a similar question, but from my view my request is less extensive and therefore I hope that there may be some quick function/macro, which could help me.
I would like to generate an overview table in this format:
Hierarchy_1, Hierarchy_2, ..., Hierarchy_n, last_modified, page_creator
I'd really appreciate your support on this :D
Thanks and kind regards
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