Recent Update macro for Page and children only

Ossy November 13, 2017

The Recent Update macro shows the recent updates within a Space. Can this be limited for a page and it's child pages?

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Kristian Holbek
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July 29, 2020

You can use "Contributors Summary"-macro to achieve something similar..

Set the following parameters:

”Group By: Pages”

Columns to display: lastupdate”

Sort By: Update”

Maximum Number of Items: 10”

Include Page Hierarchy: decendants”

 

It works for my needs - to see recent activity in a project on only this page and its child-pages.

Jason Spotswood
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January 27, 2021

This worked for me. Thanks.

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March 31, 2021

Same for me, thx for the good solution :)

Dimitri Rupp April 28, 2021

meeeeega cool!!! that is really a great solution for the purpose. thanks a lot for sharing.

Dimitri Rupp April 28, 2021

I would change the parameters for Columns to display:
lastupdate,edits,comments,labels

Helen H
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December 14, 2022

I don't see these options. Where would I find them? Screenshot (451).png

Simone Longoni March 30, 2023

Helen, please use "Contributors Summary" macro (NOT "recently updated"): the options will be there.

Cheers and thanks Kristian for the hint.

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November 14, 2017

No, the only way to narrow page scope is to use labels to mark pages and than add this labels to macro input parameters. Or you can use author and filter on it, but this is not the case. 

Or you can build your own user macro if you can program a bit, there are many examples on it.

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