How to go back to first or earlier user status updates, like twitter timeline?

Hi All,

Our Confluence users love and use "user status" just like Twitter.
And they often ask me "How to trace back older user statuses?".  
We can get some selected user's update status list from his/her profile screen, but they want to see all the uses's statuses in a same list.

As workaround, I use "Update Recently Macro" with these parameters, spaces=@all,types=status, max=100, but I can't get the older user statuses and also can't see "Show more" link over 200 statuses.

Is there any way or macro, plugin to go back to earlier user status updates?
Only way I can is dump the records from my database. 

Any comments would be appreciated.

1 answer

Hi Akiko, if you're actively using status updates in your organization you might like "Microblogging for Confluence". It's a bit different and with lots more functionality than just status updates, but might fit very well for your organization.

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