Content Report Table Macro

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The Content Report Table macro displays a set of pages and blog posts in tabular format, based on the labels specified in the macro parameters.

A working example

Below is a working example of the Content Report Table macro, displaying content with the label 'LDAP'.

Configuring User DirectoriesSarahAFeb 08, 2024
Configuring the LDAP connection poolSarahADec 06, 2023
Managing Multiple DirectoriesSarahAJan 18, 2019
Connecting to an LDAP DirectorySarahAJan 18, 2019
Synchronizing Data from External DirectoriesSarahADec 04, 2018
User Management Limitations and RecommendationsSarahASep 04, 2018
Requesting Support for External User ManagementMatt RyallDec 12, 2017
Diagrams of Possible Configurations for User ManagementSarahADec 12, 2017
Connecting to LDAP or Jira applications or Other Services via SSLNick FaizDec 12, 2017
Managing Nested GroupsSarahAFeb 21, 2017
Configuring an SSL Connection to Active DirectorySarahANov 08, 2016
Connecting to an Internal Directory with LDAP AuthenticationSarahAMay 27, 2016

Using the Content Report Table Macro

To add the Content Report Table macro to a page:

  1. In the Confluence editor, choose Insert > Other Macros
  2. Find and select the required macro

Speeding up macro entry with autocomplete: Type { and the beginning of the macro name, to see a list of suggested macros. Details are in Autocomplete for links, files, macros and mentions.

To edit an existing macro: Click the macro placeholder and choose Edit. A macro dialog window will open, where you can edit the parameters of the macro.


Parameters are options that you can set to control the content or format of the macro output. Where the parameter name used in Confluence storage format or wikimarkup is different to the label used in the macro browser, it will be listed below in brackets (example).








This parameter is required. Specify one or more labels, separated by a comma. The macro will display the content tagged with any of the label(s) specified here.

For example, if you specify labels 'A' and 'B', the macro will display all pages that have the label 'A', and all pages that have the label 'B', and all pages that have both those labels.



(All spaces)

Specify one or more space keys, separated by a comma or a space. The macro will display only the content which belongs to the space(s) specified here.

When specifying a personal space, remember to use the tilde (~) sign in front of the username, such as ~jbloggs or

Maximum Number of Pages

Define the maximum number of pages that the macro will show in a single set of results. If there are more pages to be shown, the macro will display a link labelled 'Find more results'. People viewing the page can choose the link to go to a search view, which shows all pages tagged with the specified label(s).

Which pages will appear? Before displaying the results, Confluence will sort them by the date the page was last modified. The most-recently created/updated pages will appear first.

Code examples

The following examples are provided for advanced users who want to inspect or edit the underlying markup for a Confluence page. 

Macro name: content-report-table

Macro body: None.

Storage format example

<ac:structured-macro ac:name="content-report-table">
  <ac:parameter ac:name="spaces">
    <ri:space ri:space-key="DOC"/>
  <ac:parameter ac:name="labels">LDAP</ac:parameter>
  <ac:parameter ac:name="analytics-key">meeting-notes</ac:parameter>
  <ac:parameter ac:name="maxResults">5</ac:parameter>

Wiki markup

Wiki markup is not available for this macro. You cannot add this macro via wiki markup.


Last modified on Dec 2, 2015

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