Limit Recently Updated list to child pages

The "Recently Updated" section on each parent page only includes items with a specific label because it's the only way I can figure to limit it rather than include everything in the entire space.  

Is there a way to set the section to include all child items that are updated instead of relying on a label? OR is there a way to automatically include a specific label for every child page when it is created? 

Example:

Team A - The Recently Updated list should be limited to all child pages

  Team A's policies

  Team A's procedures

Team B - The Recently Updated list should be limited to all child pages

   Team B's policies

   Team B's procedures

 

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Hi, as far as i know, there is no "perfect" solution to this. There is an issue here:

https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CONF-9005

There are also some workarounds in the comments.

 

thanks.  I read that and unfortunately, none of those workarounds are valid anymore. Hopefully, they will come up with something. 

We (https://marketplace.atlassian.com/vendors/1211719) are currently working on a Plugin that would enable you to get a list or recent changes in a tree of pages (<100-200 Pages limited by performance). If you want i can report back if we are done. If that's an urgent issue, tell me, i'll see how fast we can do it ;)

lovely! thank you. Yes, please keep me posted. It isn't urgent right now because I'm tagging every page but in the near future as people start putting documentation into Confluence themselves I see it becoming an issue. thank you.

Any update on this? I'm looking for a Recently Updated macro that takes into account labels and page tree structure similar to the "Page Properties Report macro powered by CQL" example on https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/confluence-5-8-1-beta2-release-notes-722143860.html

Thank you! I do hope that is the case. 

i found a good solution using 

Children Display

you can order by 'modified' field, and then reverse order.

I also limit the number of results to make it lighter.

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