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We have just adopted Confluence Questions, but with just 70 questions, the number of topics seem exploded.
It is very hard to look. Is there a way to group the topics in way?
I found with our Confluence Questions implementation that it was important to have a topic naming standard and then pre-define the topics. In this way, users are less likely to come up with their own topics. The most important/high use topcis should go in as featured topics.
--action runFromList --common "-a addTopic --topic @entry@ --featured" --continue --list "featured1,featured2" --action runFromList --common "-a addTopic --topic @entry@" --continue --list "topic1,topic2"