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For the confluence page, we can set the status value as Draft, In Progress, Ready for Review etc. I want to generate a report showing the list of page with title and status information.
How can I do that ?
On top of what the others mentioned, a core feature in Better Content Archiving for Confluence Cloud is the Content Status Overview which is a content quality report table based on your custom page statuses:
Some suggested reading, a blog on Confluence page status, its limitations for large teams, and alternatives for flexible content status management.
(Note that Better Content Archiving is a paid and supported app and I'm part of the team developing it.)
Unfortunately, the new content status feature still misses one or two essential things. You cannot quickly get an overview of statuses as they are not supported by the Confluence search and the page property report (which would have been the first suggestion to solve the reporting need). A community user already created two product suggestions you should consider voting for and watching them.
But I can provide you with a workaround. 😄 Since there is currently no way to solve your use cases natively in Confluence, you might also want to check out our app Orderly Databases for Confluence, which we like to describe as "Page Properties on Steroids". 😄
After setting it up and adding the fields and data that are important to you, it might look something like this:
- You have all pages listed with additional data of your choice in a table (user mentions, select lists, dates...)
- You see all page statuses of each linked page and can edit them inline as well from anywhere without information being out of sync.
If you have any questions, please let me know, and have a great day!
Hi @Yatin Shingala.
I had to tackle a similar issue with regards to obtaining a list of page statuses.
I shared my step by step method of using Confluence's new Automation feature (as a temporary workaround for reporting) in this thread:
In summary, I created rules that automatically add a specific page label to each page that has a new status assigned to it.
It allows users to search for and produce a list of pages with the same status, I'll include a screenshot of the customized rule I designed for this below, along with a screenshot of my rule for 'updating' page statuses. Please refer to the thread linked to above for detailed steps. Thank you.
In fact, Breeze is a time-saving solution for content lifecycle management and includes
Cheers, Adrian from B1NARY (we are the developers of Breeze)
Out of the box, there isn't a way to do this simple. Two solutions I can think of:
Hope that helps.
@Yatin Shingala out of the box you can't get it. If you use an http request you can get the name of the page status e.g:
I honestly don't know if there is an app which would let you send http requests.
Manually would be the way to go unfortunately.