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How can I list all users who are watching "all questions" in a Confluence Server instance?

I would like to list all users who are watching all questions, how can I do that?
With "watching all questions" I mean users who pushed the Watch all button on the Questions tab.

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Welcome to the community.

Please see link below on how to manage watchers.


Thank you Victor,

The link unfortunately doesn't cover my use case since my question isn't connected to a post, page or space.

I got the add-on "Questions for Confluence" installed in my Confluence and there is no 'Manage Watchers' dialog when you press "Watch all" button on the Questions tab.

I can list all users who watch a specific topic and edit them through the UI and I can list all users who watch a specific question using a SQL-query, but I can't seem to find how I can list all users who watches "all questions".

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