Product requirements blueprint index doesn't display all pages

I had been using the requirements blueprint successfully for a couple weeks to write and display a few product requirements. Yesterday, someone else started adding pages and I also changed the names of some of the requirements pages. Today I noticed that the requirements index doesn't include all of the child pages. However, all of them display in the Child Pages section below.

I confirmed that all the pages have the "requirements" label, so I don't think that's the issue. I also don't see a correlation between those pages whose titles have changed and whether they display in the index. Finally, there is no correlation between who created the requirements and if they display in the index?

Any ideas?


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Figured it out. The Page Properties macro had inadvertently been removed from some of the pages and as a result, were no longer showing in the index.

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