How can I find pages with a particular add-on?

Hello,  I am trying to manage add-on's as I consider upgrading confluence.  In some cases where the add-on is "not compatible" I want to disable it.  Before I disable it, I would like to know how disruptive that might be based on where it is used.

Is there a way to determine which pages are using the add-on?

Thanks,

John 

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Andrei [errno] Community Champion Sep 23, 2014

you could install https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.vertuna.confluence.plugins.spaceauditor - it provides this info (I am not affiliated with them in any way)

Thanks! I will check it out.

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Davin Studer Community Champion Sep 23, 2014

You should upgrade a test version first and then test. Just because it says it is incompatible may not really mean it is incompatible. All this simply means is that the author has not gone into the marketplace listing and verified that the add-on still works with a newer version of Confluence. It may still work perfectly fine if the underlying API's they are using have not changed significantly and typically this is the case. It is rare that they intentionally break and API or change functionality.

Thanks. I have wondered this. I'm glad to hear that they don't usually break.

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