At least as of 5.4 it's Date/Owner and the Date shown is still the publication date. However - and this applies to all backend content views - you can add/remove and modify columns, their styles, and data by going to Administration > Settings > Advanced > Content View > FrontendPages > View Modes > TreeTable > Columns. There you will see the ability to add/remove/modify columns.
I hope this helps.
Thank you for your response.
You should be able to use something like:
<span> (DateModified) ? DateModified.sitefinityLocaleFormat('dd MMM, yyyy hh:mm:ss') : '-' </span>
This will get you the modified date. You can add it in a new column or change an existing one.
Here's a screenshot.
Yes, it does but the results are a bit different now. Try adding this.
> (PageLifecycleStatus.LastModified) ? PageLifecycleStatus.LastModified.sitefinityLocaleFormat('dd MMM, yyyy hh:mm') : '-' </
>Owner ? Owner : ''</
The above 3 examples all break my pages list, the top menu loads but the pages loading icon just keeps spinning. I'm running version 6.1.46000.0.
Any advice would be great, the original owner and first date created is pretty useless to us and we need the last person and last date edited.