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Recently Updated macro - exclude current space

Edited

Is there a way to have the Recently Updated macro show items for all spaces except the current one?

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AnnWorley
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Jun 27, 2017

One way is to edit the macro and add all the spaces for which you do want to display updated content.

Screen Shot 2017-06-27 at 2.42.40 PM.png

Ann - I think I will go that route. Thanks.

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Stephen Deutsch
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Jun 29, 2017

Actually, the recently updated macro does allow you to exclude spaces by including a minus/dash before the spacekey. So if you want all spaces except myspace (spacekey: MS) then just put "-MS" in the Space(s) box. You can exclude multiple spaces with a comma.

This is listed right in the documentation:

https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/recently-updated-macro-139519.html#RecentlyUpdatedMacro-Parameters

no longer supported in the modern editor apparently. :-(

Thanks, Stephen.

I should have noted in my original question that I did try -current, -self, and now -MS, but it is still not excluding items from the current page.

No worries. It's a trivial problem at best.

Mick

AnnWorley
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Jun 29, 2017

I tested the recently updated macro on Confluence Cloud and Confluence 6.2.3 and in both cases I could exclude the current space by specifying -<spacekey>. Please let me know what version of Confluence it is not working in for you.

Thanks to Stephen for checking the docs to find this parameter; I should have done that before answering.

OK, I was just using the incorrect syntax. Once I specified the spacekey, it worked fine.

I really should have read the fine manual before posting here. My apologies and thanks for bearing with me.

Stephen Deutsch
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Jun 29, 2017

No worries to both of you ;) Nobody can be too familiar with obscure parts of the documentation, so that's why we have this great community! :D

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