User Edits to Wiki Pages

It's performance review time again. How do I see the wiki pages I've touched in the last year?

 

I'm sure this has been answered before. I've tried searching, but can't find a definitive search string that yields what I need.

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Danny Zuccaro Community Champion Dec 08, 2017

Hi Shaun,

A quick way would be to use the content by user macro. You can find setup instructions here.

Hope this helps,

Danny

OK, that's cute, but I don't really want to put that in a page. I just want a link to show me this.

To make proper use of this macro, I would need to create a page where this kind of content was relevant (perhaps a "home" page). 

It's not as useful as going to my profile page and seeing the "Activity" section (which would have been a good answer, in hindsight).

Here's something I found by poking around:

 

https://your.domain.name/display/~user.name

 

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