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At the bottom of a page I need to list all the pages sharing the same labels, ideally sorted by labels (i.e. label1: liste of pages bearing label1 and so on).
The Related Labels Macro gives me the labels but doesn't show the name, but gives me a link to the pages. Not bad except that I want to see a direct link to the related pages.
The Content Report Table (and the Navigation Map Macro as well) gives me almost what I want, except that to use the macro I need to list manually the labels in the macro in edit mode which prevents to make the listing dynamic both ways (when a page with the same label is added It will appear in the list, but nothing will change if I add a label to my page, unless I manually add that label in the macro as well. Way too heavy for my writers...)
A mix of both would be ideal...
I guess I'm missing a very simple thing, but I'm stuck with this for several hours now...
Thanks for your help
@EtienneD The related labels macro is the only way to dynamically show the content you would like. If it is not displaying in a format that you are happy with there is not a way to really change it. Since you are on server you could always try and use CSS to hide or change the format of elements that are already being displayed. I am also not aware of any apps in the marketplace that show this information.
@Brant Schroeder thanks for your answer.
However I'm able to tweak CSS and I doubt my Confluence admin will spent time on that.
Do you know if there's a 3rd party app that could list the related pages the way I want ?
label1 | link to page with label1 #1
label1 | link to page with label1 #2
label1 | link to page with label1 #3
label2 | link to page with label1 #1
label2 | link to page with label1 #2
and so on ?