bulk modify label for all documents in confluence

I would like to change a label in globally on all documents of confluence there is a way to do this without affecting the document one by one?

 

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Davin Studer Community Champion Sep 09, 2014
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My way of doing this would be to stop Confluence, locate the label entry in the database and update it there, then restart Confluence.

disclaimer - backup everything first

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As Davin said, the Label Management Tool should be able to help you out.  

Are you running OnDemand/Confluence Cloud?  If so, feel free to comment this answer; I have written a Confluence Connect Add-on that also allows you to rename labels (and also add/remove watchers and move/delete pages), and I'm looking for a few beta testers, so if you want to try it out, let me know.

no, I'm running on standalone server instance

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Kind of covered off by this as well: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CONF-7681

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