Labels can be assigned to a page in Confluence.
They are - however - kind of hidden at the bottom of the page (see image).
Is there a way to highlight the labels assigned to the page? Or maybe move the labels-section to the top of the page?
I can find a macro (labellist) to show all labels used in my Confluence-installation - but I only want to show the labels assigned to this particular page.
Thanks in advance :-)
Hey @Søren Bagger
Welcome to Atlassian Community !!
Labels are always shown at bottom of the page in confluence pages.
Unfortunately there isn't an option to move the labels section anywhere on the page.
Like you have mentioned label list macro would be the available solution, and it can be restricted to a space like this but not that particular page
I have an update to this as a colleague of mine found a solution.
The tool is called 'Content by label' and can show the labels attached to a page. (Image below is in Danish..)
You need to
add at least one of your labels in the 'label'-section
add a filter 'With title' and type the name of your page.
In the pre-view you can now see the labels attached to this page.