In recent versions of Confluence, I see a "Like" feature has been implemented. My users are really enjoying as they are accustomed to this notion via Facebook and similar products.
What I'm wondering is if the popularity of a page (via likes) can or could affect the search results? If so, could these searches be seen in a third-party search engine?
What's the relationship between Confluence's search engine and being featured in a Popular tab or Recommended Updates?
What I'm hoping for is this scenerio: Page foo (v2) is well liked (lets say 100 likes). Page foo (v1) is less liked (50 likes). When you search for "foo", the v2 page is listed higher in the search results because its liked more often than other similarily named page.
That's unfortunate to hear that the data the Like feature cannot be captured outside Confluence's default search.
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