inserting the page version number into a column of a table

We are using Confluence to capture requirements and one of the things we want to be able to do is insert the page version number into a column of a table in the same way we might insert a JIRA issue.

I'm aware of the change history macro but that gives me too much info.

Is it possible?

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Hi, there's the free Page Information Plugin from Adaptavist {page-info}. You can use it with the option "current-version". See http://www.adaptavist.com/doco/display/PIP/Page+Information+Documentation

Hi Lionel,

Thanks for the quick reply.

Perhaps I'm missing something obvious but how to I install this plug-in? It doesn't appear in the search results from Marketplace add-ons.

free plugin which requires non-free Script Runner Plugin to work

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