This plugin puts a page under the microscope and displays various information such as version history, participants lists, labels and more.
Information that's usually hidden away, or placed somewhere you don't want it to be, can be made more visible or removed - this is particularly useful when working with custom themes (such as Theme Builder) or when working with formal documents (such as contracts, specifications, etc).
The Page Information Tools plugin displays various information about wiki pages (also works on blog posts):
|Author(s) Display name of page author and/or editors.||Commentators List everyone who has commented on a page.|
|Participants List everyone who's been involved with a page.||Dates Display dates of creation, last edit, etc.|
|Versions Current version, all versions, revision tables.||Diffs Display links to "diffs" showing changes between versions.|
|Title & ID Display page title or database ID.||Tiny URL Display hyperlinked TinyURL for pages.|
|There are no images attached to this page.|
The version history table is very useful for formal documents, as it gets included in any PDF or Word exports.
The page title and ID are often useful in conjunction with our [Replace and Render] plugin.
This plugin is part of our free Plugin Pack, and is compatible with Confluence ?? and above.