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.
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