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  1. Confluence Server
  2. CONFSERVER-39457

Inherited labels for child pages and attachments

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      Description

      NOTE: This suggestion is for Confluence Server. Using Confluence Cloud? See the corresponding suggestion.

      Problem Definition

      Confluence does not provide a functionality which could allow attachments and child pages to inherit labels from its parent page. It could be useful for building RSS and Recently-Updated feeds.
      Currently only one Marketplace plugin provides solution for labels inherited during the page creation but it does not maintain them: if the page is moved the labels will not be updated accordingly.

      Suggested Solution

      1. It would be good to expand the present labeling system with:
        • Parent-child relations
        • Synonyms
        • Inheritance
      2. And to develop a toolkit to maintain the existing labels.

      Workaround

      • Manually add the labels in the child pages
      • Use one of the plugins available in the Atlassian Marketplace
      • Create templates with the necessary labels assigned and create new pages using this template

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                Reporter:
                ashaleev Anton Shaleev
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                  3 years, 29 weeks, 5 days ago