I'd like to display pages having a certain label in a way that in the list their labels are also displayed. Much like how the Labelled content page (https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/CONF54/Viewing+Labels+and+Labelled+Content#ViewingLabelsandLabelledContent-Usingthelabelsview) works, but I'd embed this into a page.
Is there a macro or anything for that? Note that I'm using Confluence Cloud, so not possible to define user macros...
You could use the CQL search macro:
simply embed the CQL search macro into a page showing only the page title (and space, if you want) and showing labels, and for the query just choose "label=mylabel" where "mylabel" is the label you want to search for. Then it will show a list of pages with that label along with all the other labels on that page.
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