Is there a way on knowing which other pages refer to my page via an “Include Page” Macro in confluence?
I need to be aware of the page is being used elsewhere, just in case I want to delete or make major changes to the page. Many thanks
This was a plugin that used to index macro parameters. It says it is supported up to 4.3.7, but sometimes plugins still work even though they only say they work with a lower version. If you are on a version higher than 4.3.7 you could try manually installing it and giving it a shot.
you could have a look at our Add-on Scroll Versions.
Besides version- and variant-management functionality it offers enhanced content reuse. You can check where the included content is coming from and where else it's included. I think that should be exactly what you're looking for.
Have you tried looking at Tools/Page Information?
That has a list of all pages that are linked to the current one, and which one it links to as well. It also has other useful info.
I always look at that before deleting a page.
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