I want a macro that compares the last edit timestamp of a linked page, with the users recent history of the same page. If the page has been updated since the user last viewed it, then the macro will highlight the link to show it has new content not viewed by the current user.
It seems like you are trying to notify users that specific page has been modified since a user edited it last.
Would having a user subscribe to a page and then getting email notifications as well as notifications in the notifications box fulfil this need, or does the use case necessitate that text be highlighted on the page itself.
I am just trying to walk you through some of the default behavior of Confluence before you build something on your own. Maintianing your own plugin can be a giant pain.
Yes that is close to what I want, but the pitfall here is mandating that users subscribe/watch the page and remain subscribed (as they can always stop watching the page if they get sick of emails etc). Since we have staff all over the world, and tracking new staff and ensuring they subscribe can be a bigger challenge.
I was wanting a more descrete method of notifications that did not use emails and does not rely on them "doing" something (ie. subscribing/watching pages).
I have written User Macros, but never any plugins, this is new territory for me, so if I can avoid doing that, all the better.
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