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Tim from the Confluence Cloud Product Management team here.
I’m excited to introduce related pages, a new feature that uses smarts to help surface relevant Confluence pages.
Have you ever gotten to the end of a Confluence page and thought “well, now what?” We’ve got you covered! Related pages are automatically generated suggestions for further reading, based on pages that are viewed or are organized together. This helps you gain context on collaborative work faster, and quickly discover relevant articles in a knowledge base, even when the pages aren't linked or organized together.
This feature is on by default. Here are a few things to keep in mind:
Admins can choose to turn this off at the space level under Space settings > Related pages.
Permissions are respected, so only pages you have access to will be shown.
If related pages are on for a space, page contributors can also show or hide on a case-by-case basis. If you choose to hide, select More actions (•••), then Advanced details > and either Show related pages or Hide related pages.
This is only available on pages at the moment, not blogs.
Related pages is currently rolling out, so it should come to your site soon if you don’t see it on your Confluence Cloud instance today.
Questions, feedback, or comments? Let us know in the thread!
Group Product Manager