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page properties report show labels

Is there a way to make a column that shows the labels attached to the page in each row of the table?  Just a checkbox in the Options section, like "Show comments count" or "Show likes count" would be sufficient.

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Here is how I would do it. You would add a property to all your pages inside the page properties macro called Labels. In that property you could add a macro that shows your page labels. Below is a user macro that does this.

Macro Name:

Macro Title:
Page Labels

This will create clickable links for the labels on the current page that will show you other pages with that label.

Macro Body Processing:
No macro body


## Developed by: Davin Studer
## Date created: 08/04/20147
## @noparams

<span class="label-list">
#foreach ( $label in $content.getLabels() )
    <span class="aui-label">
        <a class="aui-label-split-main" href="/label/$content.spaceKey/$label">$label</a>

You can also do it like @Diego suggested here: Is there a way to display the label field onto a page properties report in confluence?

Then, the page properties report will show the labels that have been added to a page. Nevertheless, you need to add a page property Labels that holds the macro.

This is the macro I've written to do that. The labels are displayed the way they are displayed at the bottom of a page, and you can enter a label you do not want to display. This is useful for knowledge bases where you do not want to see the label "kb-how-to-article".

## Macro title: List Page Labels
## Macro has a body: No
## Body processing: No macro body
## Developed by: Kirstin Seidel-Gebert
## Date created: 11.05.2020
## Installed by: Kirstin Seidel-Gebert

## @param Labels:title=Label to omit|type=string|desc=Enter a label that should not be displayed.|required=false

## Get labels.
#set( $pageLabels = [] )
#set( $pageLabels = $content.getLabels() )

## Initialize list of labels to omit.
#set ( $omitLabelsString = "" )
#if ( $paramLabels )
#set ( $omitLabelsString = $paramLabels )

## Build list of labels.
## --------------------------
#if ( $pageLabels )

<ul class="label-list" style="margin-top: 0; margin-left: 0; padding-left: 0;">

#foreach ($label in $pageLabels)
#set ( $lstr = $label.toString() )
#set ( $len = $lstr.length() )

#if ( $lstr != $omitLabelsString && $lstr.substring(0,1) != "~" )

#if ( ($len >= 3 && $lstr.substring(0,3) != "my:") || $len < 3 )

<li class="aui-label" style="margin-bottom: 0;" <a class="aui-label-split-main" href="/label/$space.key/$label" rel="tag">$label</a></li>




Thank you, I will give that a try...

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