Is there a way to get a count of the number of pages I have created within a calendar year?

As part of my annual review, I would like to inform my supervisor of the quantity of wiki pages I have created and/or edited. There appears to be no way of obtaining this information from Confluence, unlike in JIRA where it is easy to obtain the information using a filter.

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Actually, I believe that the Content-by-User Macro shows ALL of the content that you have created in Confluence since it was first installed. I do not believe it has any parameters to filter for only content that was created for a particular time period.

You can generate this information by using the content by user macro.

Pls have a look at this url for details on how to do it.

https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Content+by+User+Macro

Rahul

Actually, I believe that the Content-by-User Macro shows ALL of the content that you have created in Confluence since it was first installed. I do not believe it has any parameters to filter for only content that was created for a particular time period.

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