As the "Librarian" for our newish Confluence 5.3.4 Wiki I am constantly tidying up, moving pages, adding/changing navigation bits of pages etc.
Consequenetly, my name swamps the Recently Updated macro results.
Is there any way to exclude a single author from the results, or exclude administrators from results? Any work around suggestions would be appreciated too.
Is there a way to show the last update (or "n" updates) by each user, so at least only one/few of my results shows up.
There are two approaches to this that I can think of OTOMH:
I would write a user macro to generate a list of recent updates. The Page object has a getLastModifier() method that you could use: maybe build a List of contributors, and then walk the tree of pages to get a count of pages that the user was the last modifier for. Spit out a table of users and the # of pages they updated, with a link to drill down into which pages the user was the last modifier for.
Not trivial, but not beyond the realm of doing by a moderately good Confluence admin. Get crackin'!
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