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Delete Confluence Folder


Simple question, how can I delete a folder in Confluence tree?


Apologies found the documentation however realized I do not have the access level to delete or configure in Jira or Confluence

@Michelle Sullivan  - You can either ask the JIRA admin to give you permissions or ask them to delete. Alternatively, you can mark is as archived, and move it out of 'sight'. 

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Oct 10, 2019

@Michelle Sullivan Hey, Michelle! I'm going to go ahead and move this to the Confluence collection.

Tree deletion:  Navigate to the 'parent' page in the tree.  Click the ... Delete.  You'll be prompted to delete the parent and children or to allow the children to assume their 'grand parent' as the new parent.

Delete Pages permission is required for this.  If you do not have that permission you must consult with the Space Admin to assist with the page tree deletion.

Cheers - Tanya


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