Note: This feature requires Confluence 5.8 or above.
Setting up the report
Add the Page Properties Report macro to a wiki page in the usual way and configure it to your requirements.
In the sidebar you'll see an option to specify a label, and, under it, an option to Add a filter:
Search the Add filter drop-down for filters containing the word Workflow – these are the filters added by the Comala Document Mangement app.
In the example above, we've selected the Workflow State filter. That filter automatically provides a list of all states available on your wiki, so all you need to do is choose one.
|Filter Name||CQL Field||Type||Notes||Ver|
Filter to content which has a workflow applied
|Workflow Approval Assignee|
Filter by assigned reviewer
See also: Assigning reviewers
Filter by user who approved content during a review
See also: Content reviews
|Workflow State||Filter by current workflow State||4.10+|
|Workflow State Change||Filter by date of last workflow state Transition||4.11+|
|Workflow State Expiry|
See also: State expiry date
|Workflow Task Assignee|
Filter by workflow Task assignee
See also: Assign a task
Filter by workflow name
Read Confirmation Status
Filter by the read confirmation status.
Possible values: pending, acknowledge, overdue
These fields can be used in Confluence Search, any macros that support CQL and the CQL REST API.
An example of some of the filters in action:
- Page Properties Report macro
- Page Properties macro
- Advanced Searching Using CQL
- CQL Field Reference
- CQL Function Reference
- CQL Keywords Reference
- CQL Operators Reference
- Performing Text Searches with CQL