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Why does Recently Updated macro show pages twice?

Unfortunately I cannot provide a screenshot as this is internal material. But basically, the macro produces a list that looks like this.









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When you save a page, a new version is created and Recently Updated macro tracks all of them separately (content, attachments, comments, everything!). So when you attach 2 files, It shows the page title twice.

Edit the macro and change  Content Types to "page".

or use Activity Stream, and try using CQL and customize it.

I have the same problem.

recently updated macro looks like this when the same page is updated by different people:

recently updated macro.jpg

This behavior is not helpful if you set the macro to design 'sidebar' and don't show profile pictures.


Is there a way to show each page only once in the list?

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