You can customise the Dashboard to provide access to the content on the site that is most relevant to you.If you are using Confluence Team Hosted, please note that a few Confluence features are limited in or excluded from the Confluence Team Hosted edition. See the feature comparison. Also please see Confluence Team Hosted Resources.
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Displaying your Favourite Spaces
Mark some spaces as favourite. See Adding Favourites. Once you have marked your favourite spaces, you can click on the 'My' tab in the spaces section of the Dashboard to view a list of only your favourite spaces. The 'Recently updated' section in this view will also display content only from these spaces.
Displaying your Team's Spaces
Add a team label to the spaces important to your team. See Adding a Team Label. Team labels are used to group together related spaces. For example, you may want to group together all spaces relating to a project team.
Once you have added team labels, you can click on the 'Team' tab in the spaces section, select a team from the drop down menu, and have only the list of spaces pertaining to that team displayed. The 'Recently updated' section in this view will also display content only from these spaces.
The Dashboard remembers which one of the views, 'My', 'Team', 'All' or 'New' you were most recently viewing. So if you clicked the 'My' tab on this visit, next time around, as soon as you log in to Confluence, only the list of your favourite spaces and the recently modified content within them will be displayed to you.
Displaying your Favourite Pages
Mark your favourite pages. See Adding Favourites. Whichever view you are in, the Dashboard will display a list of your five most recently added favourite pages, so you can access those pages easily.
Screenshot : The Dashboard
If you are a Confluence Administrator, you can modify files to add content to the global dashboard. See Customising the dashboard for Administrators.
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