This is a collection of some useful examples that Canned Search for Confluence for your users.
View blog posts created in the last 5 days within this space and sorted by creation date
You can list the blog posts created in the previous 5 days in chronological order (oldest first)
type = blogpost AND created > startOfDay("-5d") order by created asc
Execute search only for meeting minutes/requirements/How-to
The following CQL will only search for Meeting Minutes containing the given search text. Meeting Minutes are pages with Title containing Minutes or labelled with minutes.
text ~ $$query$$ AND (label = minutes OR title ~ Minutes )
You can also search all the children and descendants pages under the Requirements section by using the ancestor field.
The id of the id of the root page can be found by clicking on the Page Information link
The link of the information page is generated in the url (e.g. it is 11829250 for https://akeles.jira.com/wiki/pages/viewinfo.action?pageId=11829250)
ancestor = 11829250 AND text ~ $$query$$
Pages within "project" spaces
There are a few ways
If you know the list of spaces in advance, you can provide them as a list
space in ("Project A", "Project B", "Project C") AND text ~ $$query$$
Alternatively, if your space follows a naming convention, you can select those spaces by their title. The example below assumes all the project space will contains "Project" in their space name.
space.title ~ Project AND text ~ $$query$$
You can find out comments that you are "mentioned" last week
type = comment AND lastmodified > startOfWeek() AND lastmodified < endOfWeek() AND mention = currentUser()
- You can create a "Canned Search Page" in your Confluence with a list of canned search macros added for your users to do power searching