By default, under the Confluence page title you could fine the "view change" link which redirect you to the page describing recent changes done on the page. For example
Added by Septa Cahyadiputra, last edited by Septa Cahyadiputra on Apr 24, 2012 (view change)
Hope it helps.
Ahh, okay. If that is the case, then the best method might be to use the label parameter available for "Recently Updated Macro".
For example you give a unique label to a page you would like to be displayed by "Recently Updated Macro" and add label parameter into the macro so that "Recently Updated Macro" only return the necessary page.
Hope it helps.
It is actually an expected result for "Recently Updated Macro" to ignore the comment. I think only if you "Watched" the page you will get notified on it.
If you want "Recently Updated Macro" to show the upates on comments, you might want to create an improvement request for it
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