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Is it possible to limit the scope of the 'Navigation Map' macro to a single space?

The 'Navigation Map' macro looks really powerful but I'd like to be able to use it to only show the matched labels of a defined/selected space rather than the entire Confluence system.

For context I'd like to label/tag each page with a generic set (with the label added automatically via a blueprint) eg 'information', 'insight', 'practice' and then per space be able to show graphically (as per the Navigation Map macro) all pages within a space that are 'information' or 'insight' etc.

I could possibly achieve this with space specific labels ie Space1_insight, Space2_insight but this would seem to be overkill and I might not be able to add space specific labels automatically via a blueprint.

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Hi @Charlie Cronin ,

labels are cross space entities. Unfortunately, based on the documentation, there is no parameter to limit this macro to retrieve pages for a specific space.

There is an open request for that

Please vote and watch that request to be up to date about progress.

Hope this helps,


Thanks for the response and apologise for not replying earlier.

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