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I've created some differents templates in Confluence.
I want to know for each page created, what template was used to create every page.
It's is possible to know?
In the "page information" menu not appears this information.
Thanks in advanced.
No, the templates only matter when you create the page, they're irrelevant after then.
Some people add page properties or labels to templates so that they can track them, but people can remove those as they edit a page.
I actually think it is useful to know what template was used after creation, because I have found some pages that I like the format and would like to use it as well, but it takes ages to find and match it with the available templates in the list.
The only solution I can think of, is to set a label to your template. Then, all pages which are created with a template will get this label and then you can count how many pages have the specific label.
This means, no body is allowed to remove the label of the created page.
I would like to present another solution using our app Page Tree Creator
The Page Tree Creator can copy multi page templates. And the template pages are standard Confluence pages.
It is possible to insert some placeholders to give information about the used template.
So for example a link to the template page can be automatically be inserted into the new created pages. Information about the template creator or the template version can also be inserted automatically.
Hopefully this could solve your problem.
Nadja (Software Engineer at EPS Software Engineering AG, the vendor of the Page Tree Creator)