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I need to somehow generate a list of documents by author last modified before a certain date. The purpose of this is to give this list to the respective authors to have them review the documents for current accuracy and relevance. Is there any way to accomplish this?
All is not lost... I'm not sure which version of Confluence you are using (it makes a major difference as far as advanced search syntax, so I wish community made you input it when you ask a question).
I think you can insert the author's name in the "By" box, choose "Pages" under type, and then search for the following:
modified:[* TO 20161229]
Please note that the date format is YYYYMMDD and it is important that TO is in capital letters.
If you are using Confluence 5.4 or earlier, then you can use the following search syntax:
modified:[* TO 20161229] AND type:page AND creatorName:<username>
where <username> is the user's username in Confluence.
You make a great point:
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I also couldn't solve the problem this way. However I was able to solve the problem for me by creating a page under my "Your Space" area, then add the "Recently Updated" macro. It allows you to specify one or more authors in the "Author(s) by username" field. Choose the '@all' space. Under "Include these Content Types Only", I entered page, then increased the number of results to 400. That's results per page, so you can still load more, but since I was looking at over 1000, I wanted a big page size. Works well.
Sure, this is possible. First, open a blank search page by clicking within the search field in the upper-right and pressing enter.
On the search screen,
These steps can be performed in any order. The results will be the list of pages created by a particular author that was last modified sometime before the specified date.