Using the Easy Document Signer (EDS) - History Macro
To automatically keep track of all changes and updates made on the document, install the app, and use the “EDS - History” macro in the macro browser. Modifications of the document can be controlled by comparing the document state between two button actions.
This macro won't be printed to a PDF or to a Microsoft Word file. The History Macro is just to use within Confluence.
|Define the title for this history table.|
|Progress Bar Option:|
|If this option is checked, then the signing process of the document will be displayed in the form of a progress bar.|
|Rows to Display:|
|This option defines the number of rows that will be displayed in the history table. All rows will be displayed if nothing is selected.|
|Choose a Template:|
|Choose a predefined template to style your history table. History table templates can be created in the global configuration (View Global Configuration). (This function will soon be available in the space configuration).|
|Click on the Arrow button to compare two signed actions.|
|Track all the changes that's been made between two sign actions.|
|STATUS||The "Status" section indicates also which pages are new, which have been moved, which have been deleted or which have been edited.|
The "Page" section gives an overview of the EDS - Document and the related page hierarchy.
The "Confluence Version" indicates the current confluence version of the page. By editing the page between two sign actions (EDS-Document versions) the confluence version difference will be indicated. This allows you to compare changes between two EDS-Document versions by comparing the corresponding Confluence page versions.