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confluence - recently updated from current page down

Gavin Rising Star Aug 04, 2022

So I have a structure

Page1 - is a sub page of the space itself.

- sub page 1

- sub page 2

- sub page 3

 

I would like Page 1 to show any of the sub pages that have been updated.  Is there a macro or something that can do this?

 

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Hi @Gavin ,

alternatively to what Brant suggested, consider to add a specific label to the child pages. You may then use the Content Report Table Macro which provides the creator and the last modified date for each labeled page in a table.

Kind regards,

Nicolai

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Brant Schroeder Community Leader Aug 04, 2022

@Gavin You can use the recently updated macro.  https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/recently-updated-macro-139519.html 

If this does not meet your needs since you are on server you could create your own macro that shows when the page was last updated.  You could then put this in a page property and display all page properties on Page 1 using the page property report.

Brant Schroeder Community Leader Oct 24, 2022

@Gavin Can you accept the answer so others can find the correct answer.  

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