Recently we had the following problem:
The article includes several sections which are very important for my colleagues from three different departments.
According to my colleagues - the article is updated properly, except for one vital section which hasn't been updated for more that three months.
Default 'last modified' page block displays that the most recent update took place two weeks ago and our new colleagues had no idea about the section which hasn't been touched by the author for more than three months, which caused some issues.
Is there a way to create a macro which displays the most recent update for the selected section of the page? For example:
Hello @a.yakubovich ,
unfortunately, I don't know how to write an user macro to fulfill your exact need, but here's a workaround:
If your colleagues use the notify-box to make clear what section they've changed, you can use the Change-History Macro on the page. It will display all the changes, but depending on how often the page is changed, you should get some quick overview with this.
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