Morning all, I've had a request in for our Confluence but I'm having trouble thinking how best, or if it can be implemented. Hopefully someone here might have a better clue than me
The request is for: "A Library for you, basically a page of pages you've visited or pages people have shared with me that I need to check out."
The general need is that they don't want to be hit with everything when they log into Confluence, they want to be shown recently visited pages (not necessarily commented on or edited), and pages people have shared with them.
It sounds like a personalised homepage to me, and I was thinking I might be able to recreate some of what is being asked for through either RSS feeds, or the Watcher Feature?
Hi Hazel, Here are some of the out-of-the-box ways to see recently visited pages: https://confluence.atlassian.com/conf56/viewing-recently-visited-content-658737002.html
As mentioned there, the simple and accessible way is just to click once in the Search bar, you'll see your last 10 pages visited there and its just one-click to go back to one of them.. Clicking Your Profile Picture>Recently Viewed can allow you to see pages you've viewed going back weeks if not months. You can also see your personal activity there (Your Profile Picture>Profile).
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