The Jan 9 release changed some UI elements on Spaces and Home Pages, which were then rolled out over a couple months to all the Confluence Cloud instances. Noticed last week those changes are no longer in place in our instance. Anyone else see the same?
"What's New" page description of Jan 9 release changes:
"Keep the things that matter to you close at hand with your dashboard sidebar now accessible even when you're viewing a page or space. This is the sidebar that includes your All updates, Recently worked on, and Saved for later lists; when your space sidebar is also visible, the dashboard sidebar will collapse into an icon-only version that sits next to it.
Your space sidebar has been decluttered, and will now display only the content type - such as pages, or blogs - that you're currently browsing. Go back to your space home to switch to a different content type. Space tools has moved to the top right corner of your space home, and sidebar customizations are still supported, but can only be added in as custom content using wiki markup.
When you click on a space, you'll now land on a space home, which features a tabbed browsing experience. The content that was previously in your homepage will display in your space overview tab, while pages, blogs, and any add-on content such as calendars and questions will also have their own tabs, giving you an overview of all the content and content types in your space."
Specifically, the left sidebar is back to the old version showing the page tree, and the home page tabbed UI is gone. Really tough to drive adoption in an organization when the UI appears to be unstable and unpredictable.
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