Removing Labels

Labels are key words or tags that you can add to pages, blog posts and attachments. You can define your own labels and use them to categorise, identify or bookmark content in Confluence. You can see the existing labels, and the pages which contain the labels, by viewing labels and labelled content.

Removing labels in Confluence

To remove a label from a page or blog post:

  1. Go to the page that contains the label. You will see the labels at the bottom of the page below the page content.
  2. Choose the edit icon  beside the list of labels, or press L on your keyboard.
  3. In the 'Labels' dialog, choose the X next to a label to remove that label.
  4. Choose Close.

To remove a label from an attachment:

  1. Go to the page that contains the attachment. Choose Tools > Attachments.
  2. Alternatively, go to the attachments view of the space:
    • Go to the space and choose Space tools > Content Tools on the sidebar. 
    • Choose Attachments.
  3. You will see a list of attachments, with columns for the attachment name and other details. If the attachment already has labels, these will be listed in the Labels column.
  4. Choose the edit icon  beside the list of labels.
  5. In the 'Labels' dialog, choose the X next to a label to remove that label.
  6. Choose Close.

When you have removed the label from all content, the label will disappear from the labels view in the space too. 

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