Hello there @Мизин Евгений !
Just like what @Katerina Kovriga _Stiltsoft_ specified, I believe that our native macros will help you out:
You can add a Page Properties macro in each page that represents a different version. Within the macro, create a value named "version" for example and as value use the version of your software.
After that, use the Page Properties Report macro to display all those versions.
Here is what I did:
- Create a page
- Add the "Page Properties Report" to it
- Under the macro settings I made sure that it is searching the current space
- I also specified the "version" label so it will look for pages with this label:
- Saved the macro
- Published the page
- Created pages under the first page (Child pages)
- Added the "Page Properties" macro
- Inside the macro, added a table with a single row and two columns
- On the right column, I specified the value "VERSION"
- On the left column, I specified the version value (01 and 02)
- Published both pages
- Added the "version" label to both
- Reloaded the first page I created:
I hope this helps!
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