Show the "newest" child of a page?

Hey Confluence Ninjas,

Is there a way to show the "newest" child of a page?

Imagine I've got a "Meeting Notes" page, and under it "Sprint Meetings" and "Product Meetings". We create child meeting under these two ones.

I'd like to use a macro to show the "newest" meeting, whether it was created in either "Sprint Meetings" or "Product Meetings" ...

The "Children Display" macro sort of does this - but it only displays direct children and not pages further down the tree.

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Timothy Chin Community Champion Apr 28, 2013

This macro? Not sure if this is available on OnDemand.

Not quite : |

The "Child Display" macro only can be used to display the most recently created immediate child. I'd like to get the most recently created child at any level under a particular document.

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