Show the last user who approved the current page

Hi,

is it possible to show on the top of every page in confluence where who last user has approved the current page?

Thank you!

3 answers

Not the last approver but have you tried the workflow report macro? It'll show whats happened. 

mmmhh, is there no other possibility? Like a trick or a workaround? CQL, ...

Hi @Steffen Stamprath,

You can add a set-metadata in a pageapproved trigger, and then get that value back in the top of the page with a pageheader and get-metadata:

{trigger:pageapproved}
{set-metadata:Approver}@approvaluser@{set-metadata}
{trigger}

and then

{pageheader:visibility=all}
{get-metadata:Approver}
{pageheader}

Hope it helps,

Gorka

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