This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: Page Properties Macro
Using the Page properties and Page properties report macros helps to show a lot of information about a number of pages in a tabular way.
In out project we've decided to use several labels to tag pages with.
What i'm wondering is: is there a way to visualize pages and their labels also in a tabular format so that i can see which labels are tagged to which pages, in a tabular overview, just like in the Page properties report (a kind of Page labels report)?
You could probably use the CQL Search add-on to do something similar to what you want:
You'll have to use some CQL for the original search (for all pages under the current page, you can use the following CQL: ancestor=pageId() and type=page), but after that you could probably restrict it to show only page name and labels and then you would have a nice overview.
Thanks for the feedback.
Currently, I get the following result trying to add the add-on:
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I'll ask my administrator to try to add it...
Hi Stephen, got the add-in.
Trying to create a query using the CQL macro.
When i query for 'label IN (#actieve-overheid, #begeleiden, #investering, #lasten-burger, #lasten-overheid, #opvolgen, #overheidsdata, #prijszetting, #procesinzicht, #procesoptimalisatie, #tijdsefficiëntie)' I get the error 'error: Expecting a value for operator 'IN' after field 'label' but got '(''
But when I read the syntax for the IN operator, it gives a.o. the following example: label not in (draft, review)
That seems the same as what i did. Why am i then getting this error?
As far as I know, # is an invalid character in labels. Therefore, you must mean something like this:
label IN ("actieve-overheid", begeleiden, investering, "lasten-burger", "lasten-overheid", opvolgen, overheidsdata, prijszetting, procesinzicht, procesoptimalisatie, "tijdsefficiëntie")
I didn't realize it, but labels with - or with special characters should be surrounded by quotes.
first of: you' re right, i shouldn't use the# sign (because the actual labels themselves don't have that symbol either.)
Next, I had to put ALL labels between "", even those of only 1 word, then it worked.
Resulting query: label IN ("actieve-overheid","begeleiden","investering","lasten-burger","lasten-overheid","opvolgen","overheidsdata","prijszetting","procesinzicht","procesoptimalisatie","tijdsefficiëntie")
The final result is still not quite what i was aiming for (namely, every label in its own column), but I'll go with it for now.
Thanks for you help!
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