Labels List Macro

Add the Labels List macro to a page to create a directory of all the labels used in a space. People can then click a label to see a list of all pages with that label. 

This macro is great for providing an alternative way of navigating the content of a space, especially if you use Confluence for process, procedure, or other documentation.

On this page:

Screenshot: Page with a Labels List macro to help people find help guides on a particular topic


For general information about using labels in Confluence, see Add, Remove and Search for Labels.

Add this macro to your page

To add the Labels List macro to a page:

  1. From the editor toolbar, choose Insert > Other Macros.
  2. Choose Labels List from the Confluence content categories.
  3. Enter a space key, and any labels you might want to exclude.
  4. Choose Insert

You can then publish your page to see the macro in action.  

Screenshot: The Labels List macro configured to show labels from the IT Help space, and exclude the labels 'test' and 'testing'.  


Change the macro parameters

Macro parameters are used to change the behaviour of a macro.

To change the macro parameters:

  1. In the editor, click the macro placeholder and choose Edit.
  2. Update the parameters as required then choose Insert.

Here's a list of the parameters available in this macro. 

Parameter name

Required

Default

Parameter description and accepted values

Restrict to this Space Key
(spaceKey

No

Current space

The key of the space whose labels you want to display.

Excluded label(s)
(excludedLabels
NoBlankThe labels that you do not want to appear in the list.

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).

Other ways to add this macro

Add this macro as you type

Type followed by the start of the macro name, to see a list of macros. 

Add this macro using wiki markup

This is useful when you want to add a macro outside the editor, for example as custom content in the sidebar, header or footer of a space.

Macro name: listlabels

Macro body: None.

{listlabels:spaceKey=DOC}
Last modified on Nov 10, 2020

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