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Icons are used throughout Confluence to provide quick links and indicators. The most frequently used icons are:



Indicates that restrictions apply to the current page. Click to see the restrictions and edit them.

Indicates that there are attachments to the current page. Click to open the 'Attachments View'.

Go to the people directory.

View a user profile.

Go to a personal space.

Go to a global space.

View a space's homepage.

View a page.

Add a page.

Add a child page to the current page.

View a blog post.

Add a blog post.

This page has been edited since you last viewed it. Click to view the page.

View a comment.

Add a comment.

View a piece of archived mail that has been imported into Confluence.

View a page that has been imported into Confluence.

View an attachment.

This link goes to an attachment.

This link goes to a destination outside Confluence.

This page/space/person is currently a favourite. Click to remove from your favourites.

Add this page, space or person to your favourites.

You are currently watching this page or space. Click to stop watching.

Start watching this page or space.

Go to the RSS feed builder.

Subscribe to a pre-defined RSS feed.

View a printable version of this page.
Note: From Confluence 2.8, most pages do not show this icon. You can print a Confluence page via your browser's print option.

Export the contents of this space to PDF, HTML and XML.

Define labels.

Choose a space's theme.

Choose a space's colour scheme.

Define a layout for a space, its pages and/or blog posts.

View space permissions.

View page permissions.

Icons next to links


Your Confluence administrator can configure Confluence to display or hide the icons next to links on the wiki page, distinguishing external links, user links and email links.


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