Does anyone know a way to track all liked pages? If possible I would like all liked pages to show up in a table with who liked them and when.
I have a feeling I may be able to use the SQL Query Macro to do this, but I just dont know enough about the inner workings of Confluence to set this up myself.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Actually you are on the right track. The query should be as easy as querying the LIKES table.
It has 4 columns, where contentid refers to the contentid column in the CONTENT table, username is self-explanatory and you have a creationdate to indicate the time of liking.
So for example this query would return all pages liked ordered by the number of likes:
select c.title,count(l.*) as likes from LIKES l, CONTENT c where c.contentid=l.contentid group by c.title order by count(l.*);
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