Pages are the primary means of storing and sharing information in Confluence. Pages are contained within spaces.
- Use spaces to organise your wiki content into your primary logical groups. For example, you could have a space per team, per product or per department.
- Use pages to organise your content into lower-level groups. For example, you could have a page for a particular team activity, or for a feature in a product, or for a chapter in a book. Add more child pages to contain lower-level details if necessary.
Things you can do with pages in Confluence:
- Create a new page from anywhere within the site.
- Write content in a simple markup language or using the Rich Text editor.
- Edit and rename a page.
- Copy an existing page.
- Organise pages hierarchically via parent-child relationships.
- Move pages while editing a page or while viewing the space's Tree view.
- Navigate within and between spaces through flexible linking.
- Collaborate via comments on a page.
- Control access through page security restrictions.
- Monitor page updates and other activity through page notifications.
- View page history and link to older versions.
- Search page content, including attachments.
- Export pages to PDF, WORD, HTML or XML.
- Email page content.
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