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Hello Atlassian Community,
Today I am excited to share with you all a big update to Confluence for iPad. Make sure to download the latest version from the App Store here to get this feature.
We have a new three column layout that lets you see and navigate all your content. The sidebar on the left replaces the tab bar and gives you quick access to the top level sections of Confluence including your recent collections, such as visited, worked on, and starred pages.
With this new layout, you can move around the app using a hardware keyboard:
press the tab key to gain focus first, and then to move from one column to the next one
shift-tab does the same thing as above, but in the reverse direction
press up and down arrow keys to navigate lists in the leading and middle columns
in page tree, you can even use the left and right arrow keys to expand and collapse pages with children
to show a page in the right-most column, press the return key
This is a huge accessibility improvement and a nice bonus for those who find the keyboard to be more efficient than moving their hands around.
Along keyboard navigation, we have included a few of shortcuts for the most common global actions:
cmd-n for creating a new page
cmd-alt-f for jumping to the search section
Note that the system also offers a shortcut to hide or show the sidebar (cmd-control-s).
All the available keyboard shortcuts can be viewed by pressing and holding the cmd key, so keep an eye out for future updates as more shortcuts are added.
We hope this update brings you a better Confluence experience on tablets, and as always we are keen to hear your feedback and answer your questions!