Find Unused Add-ons

Our Confluence goes back many years, and has a substantial list of add-ons installed. Is there a way to identify a list of pages on which each add-on is being used?

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Hi Jason,

You can find this information in the database with this query:

SELECT c.title, s.spacename
FROM content c
INNER JOIN bodycontent b ON b.contentid = c.CONTENTID
INNER JOIN spaces s ON c.spaceid = s.spaceid
WHERE b.body like '%macro_syntax%';

There are 2 answers that also have some information on it which might help:

https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/59203/find-pages-that-use-certain-macros-plugins

https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/97143/in-confluence-how-can-we-find-which-pages-use-a-plugin

Cheers,

Rodrigo

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