Hello community, I have a question about the tags on Confluence.
I would like to create a customer knowledge base on Confluence. On one page there is a table with all business processes and whether they are implemented at the customer or not (business process xy - yes/no).
The idea would be to enter a specific business process in the search function and find out which customers have it implemented. I guess, the easiest way would be to use tags for all processes that are implemented - But, to manually create a tag for each customer for all business processes that are implemented is too time-consuming.
Is there a possibility that tags are automatically created when a certain term/word is on the page? Or is there perhaps another solution besides tags?
Thank you for you help!
Hello @Viktoria Gassner .
What if you create a template page for a customer with all the necessary fields in a form of a table suitable for https://support.atlassian.com/confluence-cloud/docs/insert-the-page-properties-macro/ macro.
When creating such pages via the template wirzard to copying, the labels will be automatically added.
Then you will be able to automatically gather the table report using Page Properties Report macro (https://support.atlassian.com/confluence-cloud/docs/insert-the-page-properties-report-macro/) with all the data you need.
Such tables can be then filtered or exported.
Hope it helps.
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