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My manager and I are trying to build out a page that we can use to track and view when documents are edited on specific pages. The problem I am running into is being able to filter them. For example, I don't care about the document that was just edited 5 minutes ago because that means that it is current. I care about the document in this space that hasn't been updated for 3 months. So, ideally, I would like to be able to filter results based on when they were last edited. Is this possible?
You could create your own User macro if you wanted to track that.
Hi @Keri Nabozny - You can use the smart value in Confluence automation to check for the last updated date and perform some automation.
More information on the Smart Automation is available here:
Hope this helps