(confluence) How-to: Show on a page all changes of last X days in spaces x, y and z?

Hello,

similar to the "Changes in the last 24 hours mail" we need to be able to create a page in confluence which

- shows in all spaces allowed for the current user all changes of last X days (or optional since last login) but limited to a list of (important) spaces (the 24-hours-mail shows all spaces with at least read-access)

I'm sure in 4.x this should be possible with some "old-style-third-party-macros" like {space-reporter} and so on. But perhaps now in 5.3+ there is an easier way to get this?

Any hints are appreciated (including the use of add-ons)

Thanks,

Sven

2 answers

Hi Sven, the only solution I can give - is the "old-Style....".

With the Reporting Plugin (https://docs.servicerocket.com/display/REPORT/Reporting+Plugin) you could build a table with your requests. You can set the date limit. You could show either all the favourite spaces of the user or you name the spaces to show in the report.

Greetings Manuela

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Davin Studer Community Champion Feb 24, 2014

Have you taken a look at the search results macro? If has a parameter for "Last Modified". It will also only show you results that you have access to. If you want to then even further limit which spaces are represented you could use a user macro to loop through the filetered list of spaces and create a search results macro for each of those spaces using the Restrict to this Space Key parameter of the search results macro.

Davin Studer Community Champion Feb 26, 2014

This is work for you?

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