Include date in Confluence

How do I get the DATE of the latest page revision with a user macro?  I know that I can get the latest version with $content.version, but I want the date too.

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Hi Peter,

Are you using Confluence Server or Cloud?

It appears below the name in Server (attachment below)

 

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I don't see the name in Server and your attachment does not show up to me here.  I looked in the "help about" and it says the version is 6.3.4, but it does not say anything like "server" or "cloud".

The site is internal so I am sure it is not an externally hosted site if that is what the Cloud version is.

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