Orphaned Tasks in Confluence (hosted)

After editing and deleting various pages in a space (my personal space), the Task Report macro still lists tasks that were defined with the Task List macro on the deleted pages or Task List items that were deleted from existing pages. Furthermore, it shows duplicates of those tasks. I've configured it just to show tasks assigned to me.

How can I clear out all these orphaned/ghost tasks and start "fresh"??

thx

1 answer

Hi Michael,

It’s a known bug as you can see more details on the following link:

https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CONF-33886

The good news is because this bug is fixed on confluence 5.5-OD-27 version, it’s just waiting for be deployed.

I’ll suggest you to vote on this bug report and add yourself as watcher, so you will be notified when it get deployed.

Kind Regards,

Henrique Lechner

Thanks for the quick reply Henrique! I'll look forward to it working in our hosted Confluence when you guys deploy (and our local Confluence when we upgrade...). Hopefully, https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CONF-33903also will be through QA and deployed soon too.

cheers - MC

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