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Is there a way to include the Parent Page in a Page Properties report?

I am trying to create a PPR using the PPR macro to track statuses on various pages within Confluence, and I want to display the parent page they're being pulled from. Is there a way to do this?

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Brant Schroeder Community Leader Jan 05, 2023

@Cynthia McIntire Welcome to the Atlassian community

The parent page would have to be a page property on the child page in order to show this in the report.  I know in server you can do this by writing your own user macro but I do not believe this is possible in Confluence cloud.

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