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Tag single lines in a page to have them show up in an other 'aggregation' page

Hi all,

I have use case that is about consolidating knowledge and preventing double entries.

I have several customer project confluence pages in many spaces that contain three different types of knowledge that I would like to share to colleagues. 

I would like to be able to label certain parts of the page or even separate lines on the page.  Some parts I would like to label as 'findings', other parts as 'facts', 'risks' etc. Some parts don't need to be labeled at all.

Next I would like to create a page per label containing, cross space, all the lines or parts with for instance, the label 'findings'.

I tried excerpts but that doesn't work because you can have only one per page.

Idea's anyone?

KR, Rob  



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Brant Schroeder
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Mar 07, 2023

@Rob Vos Welcome to the Atlassian community

You will need to use an app from the Atlassian marketplace to accomplish this. 

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