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How can I tell where an excerpt is included?

I'm looking at a page created by someone else. There's an excerpt. How do I find out where this excerpt is included? I don't want to add text to the excerpt if it doesn't also apply to the included portion.

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Bill Bailey
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Apr 18, 2023

Hello @Sheila L that does seem to be a shortcoming of the native excerpt macro. It is one of the reasons we went to the multi-excerpt macro. Yes it is paid, but it does let you have more than one named excerpt per page, and has the ability to see where it is used.

Won't help you here but maybe for the future?

I did see this answer that may give you the search string to find what you need. I have not tested it, but maybe it will help

https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Confluence-questions/Find-includes-to-excerpts/qaq-p/1719338 

I couldn't get that search string to work. It found all pages that contained the specified text instead of pages that contain the macro. Thank you though!

The plug-in is an interesting idea. I'll have to see if my company will pay for it.

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Apr 19, 2023

I like the multi-except because I can place a number of excerpts on a single page (and out of the main ToC). Makes it much easier to admin common content shared by pages.

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