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Hey there, Community!
I’m Avinoam from Confluence Product Management. With the ability to store so much content on a Confluence page, it can be a challenge to make the most relevant information easy to find. Today I’m excited to tell you about some new ways you can make the need-to-know info easily accessible to your readers.
You’re now in full-width control
Last month, we announced the ability to make your pages full-width using a toggle at the top of the page.
If you want to keep that as a default setting across all your new pages you, change your primary setting, click user setting > Editor > Enable full-width as default for new pages. 👀 Showcase information on one complete screen and never make users skim over a crucial detail.
Jump to headings with anchor links
Connect users to your most important headings with anchor links. ⚓️Simply insert a heading → hover over the heading → click on the link icon that appears to copy a link to the heading. Once you share the link, anyone who opens it will be transported to that heading in your document. Avoid the endless scroll by sending your users straight to the info they need. (we're rolling this out gradually over the next couple of weeks, so if you don't see it yet - hold tight, you will soon!)
Paint the big picture in tables
Color us excited to introduce our extended color palette! 🎨 Refresh your table cell backgrounds with a variety of pastel and pop. You can now color code feedback, group, and highlight rows, or add pain scales to your tables.
Sort your table columns
See more from your data. When viewing a page, you now have the power to organize your table columns. Arrange items like status, date, mention, links, and more in ascending or descending order through the header of the table.
Try these out and let us know what you think! Please leave us a comment below.
Principal Product Manager, Confluence Cloud
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