I have a problem with the page properties report macro. I want to output a table which lists all pages with a specific keyword - so I use this macro.
I just set the label templatetst in the macro. Some pages (in the same space) get the label.
But the macro-table is always empty. I don't know how to output the labeled-pages in this macro.
Can anybody help me?
Is it also possible to output the creation-date and the last-modification-date in the table?
Thanks for some help!
It sounds that you're placing the Page Property Report Macro on each of your pages instead of the Page Property Macro. These are two separate macro's that tie into each other.
To add the labels to each of the pages, you use the Page Property Macro. For the macro that details all of the pages that have the labels set by the Page Property Macro, you use the the Page Property Report Macro. This may be why you're not seeing any information.
Page Property Report Macro:
Page Property Macro:
i have actual data in the page property in few pages but in the report macro i see only 1 row.
another strange thing that is hapening, after first setup of the report macro, when i delete the labe on the displayed page i still see only this page in the report macro.
any idea someone?
Having the same problem. Could it be that this macro has conflicts with plugins such as subspace? I tried everyting: labels, lables with or without numbers and "-", setting page properites ID, specifying space, using current space, but NOTHING! Is this macro an unfunny joke?
This might be a little bit late, but could help others in the future.
This drove me crazy for an hour or so. You need to have some actual content in the Page Property Macro not just the Page properties ID. If you don't wish to display it on the view you can use the 'Hidden' checkbox.
I have the same problem that Hajo has. I'm trying to follow David Keenan's advice but everything I do doesn't work, I still end up with an empty report. I have tried a bunch of ways to "add actual content in the Page Property Macro" but still I am failing.
Help would be greatly appreciated.
Atlassian Summit is an excellent opportunity for in-person support, training, and networking.Learn more
👋Community members! Downtime happens. And great incident response takes a village. Teams like Support, Dev, SRE, Ops, IT, and Marketing have to come together to resolve the problem while keep...
Connect with like-minded Atlassian users at free events near you!Find a group
Connect with like-minded Atlassian users at free events near you!
Unfortunately there are no AUG chapters near you at the moment.Start an AUG
You're one step closer to meeting fellow Atlassian users at your local meet up. Learn more about AUGs