- Welcome message: The information that appears in the top left section of the dashboard. Confluence Administrators can customise this message.
Get started: A quick-start guide for administrators. This section of the dashboard is visible to Confluence administrators and system administrators only.
It is not configurable via the web interface, but you can update or remove it by editing the site layout .
- Spaces, Pages, Network: These tabs display your
- Recent activity: Tabs on the right-hand side of the dashboard, displaying recently-updated content:.
- Popular – displays content (that you have permission to view) that has been recently created, liked or commented on. See below for more details.
- All Updates – displays updates from all spaces that you have permission to view.
- Favourite Spaces – displays updates from your favourite spaces.
- Network – displays updates made by the users that you are following (or who are following you).
- Space Categories – allows you to select a space category, and view recent updates from spaces in that category.
Screenshot: The dashboard
More about popular content
The Popular tab on the dashboard displays recent activity of the following types:
- Pages, blog posts and comments that people have recently liked.
- Pages and blog posts that people have recently commented on, and threaded comments that people have recently replied to.
- Pages and blog posts that have recently been created.
Recent means any activity in the last seven days. A bold link means that you have not yet visited the page.
Activity is listed in order of popularity, with the most popular at the top; likes, comments and content creations are scored equally. Activity involving people in your network ranks higher, and recent activity ranks higher than earlier activity.
- You can add a new space from the dashboard provided you have the correct permission. Choose Create Space at the top right of the dashboard, or on the Spaces tab.
- By default, the dashboard is the home page for the Confluence site. However, you can set any other page in Confluence as your home page via your user profile settings.
- If your site has a custom homepage, the site logo will take you to the homepage not the dashboard. You can still access the dashboard by invoking a URL like this one
See .Configuring the Site Home Page for more details.
- Are you looking for a way to build an RSS feed? Choose Help > Feed Builder.
- Are you looking for a list of the people in your site? Choose People on the header.
Administrators can customise the global dashboard that all users see.