select concat('[~', creator, ']') as "User", count(distinct CONTENT.title) as "Pages created" from CONTENT where creator IS NOT NULL group by creator order by "Pages created" desc
You can write a user macro to do this. I think the easiest way to approach the algorithm would be to iterate over each page and increment each user's count when you find a match for creator. User macros are great for this sort of one-off or highly configurable task.
If you've never written a user macro, start here:
If we're talking 10s of thousands of pages, though, you'll want to use the SQL plugin and do a database query. Search the plugin exchange for that.
I am trying to create a page that a user can come to and see only the pages that they have created. It looks like this script is close to what I need. Can you advise me on how I would add that script to a page. I have a template that the sales team will be creating pages, if they need to edit there page I want to create a page that will only show them conten that they have created. Would what you have above suit my needs?
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