It is quite common that when you make minor alterations within your Confluence pages Atlassian counts it as a new version, although you may not have changed much. That is why we have added the opportunity for the user to track only major changes that are made and call them “Revisions”. Keep reading the article to see how to assign a revision value to a Confluence version number or watch the video below.
If you want to assign revision value on your Confluence documents, simply follow the steps below:
After you install the latest version of the plugin, you will have on every page menu a new item named QC – Page Revision Overview
1. Click on the QC – Page Revision Overview and select “New” to add the “revision” against “confluence version” match table as shown at the example.
2. The next step is to go back to the page and add the QC Revision value macro
3. Done – you have assigned a revision number to a specific version of Confluence Cloud page!