This one was raised by a customer. See: https://twitter.com/yuriy_zubarev/status/319494574412296193
Regarding the statement here: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Page+Properties+Macro
You can add many Page Properties macros per page, however all Page Properties macros on the page will have the same labels applied to them. For example, if you add two Page Properties macros on a page, one with the label "risk" and the other with the label "status", both sets of metadata will appear in the Page Properties Report macro for the "status" label and for the "risk: label. This is true even if you have specified just one label in each Page Properties macro. It is the labels on the page that matter, not the labels in the macros.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Create a page with a page properties macro. In that macro, add a table that looks like this:
2. In that macro, give it a label 'prop1'
3. Add another page property macro on that page, give it the label 'prop2' with the contents:
4. Save the page. Now create a new page in the space.
In that new page, create a page properties report macro and give it the label 'prop1'.
Outcome: It reports on BOTH tables a, b, c and d.
This feature request is so that it only does it for a and b - because I haven't specified the 'prop2' label.