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Sections menu not visible


I am using Confluence Cloud and trying to create a page with sections, similar to what I was doing at work on Confluence Server, however, when I click the "Layouts" button:

  • 2 new sections appear
    • along with a context menu that allows me to split the sections into 3 columns or right sidebar, etc or delete section.
  • I also don't see the traditional "sections menu" that used to appear below the toolbar.

I am just trying to add a new SINGLE section.  In confluence server, it allows me to take the default (2 sections) and make it a single section.

Any idea how to do this on confluence cloud?


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Dominic Lagger
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Dec 16, 2019

Hi @renniem 

Welcome to the community.

I totally see what you mean. In my first confluence cloud page I felt the same. I thought, this is strange, but then I realized how it works now.

The "one section" thing is't available any more. You just have to click after another section. So this means, you won't be able to set more than one "SINGLE" section. 

Also the "SINGLE" section isn't borderd as the others. See the printscreen


Regards, Dominic

Hi @Dominic Lagger 

Thanks for the warm welcome and for the prompt explanation, which makes sense now. :-)

Off to documenting I go. :)



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