Expose additional attributes on top level list of wiki pages

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    Melissa Doerken

    Hi Win,

     

    Thanks for this feedback. Could I suggest using our history to address your use cases? You could use our history filter to look only at pages with activity over the last day, week, month or your entire project's history (see screenshot). To help find a page, you could limit search results to pages too by clicking the "pages" navigation pill in search results. And if you'd like to see activity around a single page, you could look at its individual history. Both project history and individual page history would help provide info about date created and last updated.

     

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    None of these options shows number of views, but hopefully is a step in the right direction. I've captured this request as feedback for our team.

     

    Please let me know how history and search work for you.

     

    Cheers,

    Melissa

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    Win

    Yes, those work.  Getting the info at top level with no clicks obvioulsy better, but sounds like I can get there with what you suggest.  I do think expanding the visible attributes for pages in your standard list would be helpful - even if people can't sort on them.  Just as in the file system you can see the name of a file and its last updated value.  Thanks.

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    Melissa Doerken

    Glad to hear it. Thanks for reiterating the feedback. We've captured it, but are focusing on other areas right now, specifically around our card wall, usability and performance. Just wanted to let you know to set expectations :) 

     

    Cheers,

    Melissa

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