You can also write a script to parse the output of the UPM REST API:
will give you all plugins that are installed. You can filter which ones were user installed by the
userInstalled key, e.g. with jq:
curl $BASE_URL/rest/plugins/1.0/ | jq ".plugins | map(select(.userInstalled))"
N.B.: this does not only work with Confluence, but should work with JIRA and Stash (probably also Fisheye/Crucible) as well.
if you also need to see how the macro are used on your confluence environment you can install the Macro Usage Stats plugin from Comalatech https://plugins.atlassian.com/plugin/details/268?versionId=660
or Macro Usage from Atlassian https://plugins.atlassian.com/plugin/details/373502?versionId=373503
If looking at specific usage, you can also use the Confluence search to do it without any plugins (pre-4.0, at least).
Sarah Maddox's blog post covers how to do it pre-4.0.
Hi team, I’m Avinoam, a product manager on Confluence Cloud, and today I’m really excited to let the Community know that all customers can now try out the new editing experience and see some of the ...
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