You can also visualise that information from the database.
The below query will list all Confluence content and order by the last modified date:
SELECT * FROM CONTENT ORDER BY LASTMODDATE
If you want to list only Confluence pages on that query you can also use the following query:
SELECT * FROM CONTENT WHERE CONTENTTYPE LIKE 'PAGE' ORDER BY LASTMODDATE
You can use the filters below to retrieve all updated content within a range:
To search for content created or modified within a certain date range, using the created or modified keywords. The date stamps are in numeric 'yyyymmdd' format:
created:[20000101 TO 20131231]
modified:[20000101 TO 20131231]
Please, check this page to see every search syntax you can use in Confluence: https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/confluence-search-syntax-158720.html
I hope it helps,
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