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At the top right of every Confluence page is an envelope icon. If you click on this icon, Confluence will email you every time a change is made to the page.

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Working with Pages

Renaming, Copying, Moving and Deleting Pages

Renaming Pages



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As with naming pages, the name of page must be unique within its own space. Once you rename a page, Confluence automatically updates all the links to and from the page.

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Copying Pages


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Moving Pages


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Deleting Pages


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Exporting Pages

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Confluence allows you to export all or portions of a site into HTMl, PDF or XML format.
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Page Families

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Pages in Confluence are organized into a hierarchy of parent and child pages. Pages in such a hierarchy are called a 'page family'. Page families are a simple but effective way of categorizing content and making navigation of your site easier by providing links forward and backwards through the page hierarchy.

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Viewing a Page's Family


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Managing pages

Page Information

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The 'Info' tab of a page displays:

  • Page Details:
    Title, author, date of creation, date of last modification and the tiny link of the page.
  • Page Hierarchy:
    Parent-child relationships of the page.
  • Page Permissions:
    Whether there are any page-level security restrictions that apply to the page.
  • Recent Changes:
    Links to the five most recent versions of the page along with the name of the editor and the date of modification.
  • View History:
    All the versions of the page in reverse chronological order, with an option to compare versions or to restore a previous version. Image Modified
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Page Restrictions

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Page restrictions allow you to control who can view or edit individual pages. You can set the page restrictions when editing a page, using menus below the text-entry box. Users can only view page or space content for which they (or a group they are in) have 'View' permission. Pages that a user does not have 'View' access to are referred to as 'inaccessible' pages.  

  • Viewing Restrictions
    • Setting viewing restrictions makes pages "invisible" to users who do not have permission to view the page
  • Editing Restrictions
    • Setting editing restrictions allows anyone with access to the space to "see" that the page exists, but prevents them from seeing or editing the content of the page
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Setting Viewing Restrictions


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You can search for a user by Colby username, first and last name, and email address.

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Setting Editing Restrictions

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