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The Contributors Summary macro displays a table of contribution-based statistics for a set of pages. These statistics can be grouped according to individual pages or individual contributors.
The default scope for this macro is an individual page, but this can be extended to include the immediate children or descendants of a specified page. The statistics cover the following types of contributions:
edits to the page(s)
comments added to the page(s)
labels added to the page(s)
people watching the page(s)
A simple example of the Contributors Summary macro is shown in the screenshot below. It lists statistics for the number of times each contributor has edited, added comments and added labels to this page.
Use the Contributors Summary macro
To add the Contributors Summary macro:
When editing , select from the toolbar
Find the item to be inserted and select it
You can also type / on the page to bring up the same list you'd see by selecting from the toolbar.
To edit the Contributors Summary macro:
Select the macro placeholder. The floating toolbar appears.
Select Edit. The right panel opens.
Modify the parameters. Your changes are saved as you go.
Resume editing the page, and the panel closes.
Parameters are options that you can set to control the content or format of the macro output.
If the parameter name used in Confluence Cloud storage format or wikimarkup is different than the label used when inserting macros using the browser or the slash command, it will be listed below in brackets (example).
Specifies the basis for grouping contribution-based statistics:
Columns to Display
Sets the columns that should appear in the table. The statistics or type of information presented depends on the basis for grouping set with the Group By parameter. Statistics may be calculated for:
Sets the criterion used for sorting items in the table. The items sorted depend on the basis for grouping set with the Group By parameter. Sort criteria are:
Reverses the sort order of items in the table, as specified using the Sort By parameter. (Used only in conjunction with the Sort By parameter.)
Maximum Number of Items
Limits the number of contributors or pages in the table to the value specified. If no number is specified, all items are included.
Show Anonymous Contributions?
Includes individuals who have made anonymous contributions to a page.
Show Zero Counts?
Sets whether contributors or pages are included for which a calculated statistic is zero.
Sets the page for which to calculate the contribution-based statistics. If no values for Page Name and Space(s) are specified, the current page is assumed.
Restricts the contribution-based statistics to the specified labels only. You can specify one or more labels, separated by commas.
Specifies the space key of the Confluence space which contains the specified page name or alternatively, specifies a scope of spaces to search. Space keys are case-sensitive.
You can specify one or more space keys or special values, separated by commas.
both pages and blog posts
Restricts page types to either pages (pages) or blog posts (blogposts). If no value is specified in the Macro Browser, both pages and blog posts are included.
Available values pages and blogposts.
Blog Post Date
Specifies the publish date for a blog post. The date format required is: YYYY/MM/DD.
Include Page Hierarchy
specified page only
Includes either the immediate children or all descendants of the specified page. If no value is indicated in the Macro Browser, only the specified page is included.
Wiki markup example
Wiki markup is only supported in the legacy editor.
Wiki markup is useful when you need to add a macro outside the editor, for example as custom content in the sidebar, header or footer of a space.
Macro name: contributors-summary
Macro body: None.
This example specifies a content type of blog posts:
This example specifies a content type of pages:
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