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Is there a way I can create a page that automates what documentation I have for all projects

krevis I'm New Here Jun 08, 2021

I work on the compliance side for a bank that has many different projects. One of my roles is to write the documentation for different projects. Is there a page I can create that will show me what documentation I have for each different project because I'm currently using an Excel Spreadsheet.

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Hi @krevis ,

You may also check the Page Properties/Page Properties Report macros - you'll be able to create your documentation right in Confluence and get a summary report about all your pages via this standard macro. Our customers often use this report, for example, for release notes tracking. 

And you may also use additional apps to amplify your Page Properties Report (PPR) or use more advanced macros to collect your data. We can recommend our Table Filter and Charts for Confluence app to filter and aggregate you PPR or you may use its Table Excerpt/Table Excerpt Include macros to collect multiple-row tables along with the pages' meta data (page name, parent page, created, modified, etc.).

Hi @krevis ,

Your question hints at a common use case:  to list page belonging to a specific category (or similar).

One simple method is to give each page a label based on the project name (e.g. projectOne).  You can then list pages together using the content by label macro:

You can go one step further, and add a compliance step by electronically signing completed pages.  For that you need an add on from the marketplace like Document Control for Confluence. Document Control will also allow you to list pages. (I'm affiliated with Document Control).  Some of our finance customers use this approach.

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