I would like to display on one page by using the macro 'Recently Updated' the last changes of each space.
I have four spaces and accordingly I have integrated the 4 macros on the page. Accordingly I habe defined the paramter "Space(s)" for each space I have.
But only one space key is working. The other three it looks as the spaceses are not found or would not exist.
I have checked the space key several times, they are all correct.
All four spaces have the same user-rights etc.
Does anyone know this problem?
Allready thanks, Daniel
Hi @IstAdmin ,
using more of the recently updated macros on one page should be no problem. I tested this in our environment and it works perfectly.
Do you see the updated pages in the preview of the macro configuration popup?
Thanks for the quick response.
Yes I see them.
When I use the makro in the space itself with space key = @self, it works.
Only when I use the macro on other pages and with explizit space key = "my-space-key" then it works not ...
Some how I must have a problem with my space key ...
I found it :-)
And of course it was my fault :-(
I use Side Builder from Refined Theme. On this configuration page I see only the space key from the 'main-spaces'. But I have there also 'sub-spaces'. This space keys are not displayed on that page, but you see it in the url of this 'sub-spaces'. With them everything works!
It's not difficult, but you have to be able to do it!
Big thanks for your help!
and best regards, Daniel
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