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The tasks report is used to display lists of tasks and associated information. It's great for keeping track of workflow tasks across multiple spaces.

This is one of several reports available from the Workflow Report Macro.


Anyone can view this report. It will only list tasks that the user has access to.

Adding the report

To add the report to a page:

  1. In the editor, choose Insert → Other Macros → Reporting → Workflow Report
  2. Set the Type setting to tasks
  3. Choose Insert

Here's how the macro looks on your page:

Filtering the report

You can filter the report by Assignee or Tasks by using the links at the top of the report.

You can also sort the table by clicking the column headings.

Customising the report

You can customise the report with the following macro settings:

Space Key(s)Current space

Which space(s) should be included in the report?

  • Leave empty to report on the current space
  • Specify one space key to report on a specific space
  • List multiple space keys, separated by commas, to report on multiple spaces
  • Specify any to report on all spaces. If you do this, you must specify only one state in the State setting.
Max Entries20The number of results to show per page.

Should the report be filtered by content label(s)?

  • Leave empty to include all content
  • Specify one label name to filter to a specific label
  • List multiple label names, separated by commas, to filter to content with any of those labels

If using a list of labels, you can prefix the list with & (ampersand) to require that content has all the labels.

Parent Page Filter

Should the report be filtered to child pages of a specific page?

  • Leave empty to include all content
  • Specify a page title to only include children of that page

Which column of the report should results be sorted by?

Sort OrderdescendingShould the sort be in ascending or descending order?

See also

Reporting Guide:

User Guide:

Workflow Authoring Guide: