I like to have my confluence pages organized into "trees" with a header (or root, if you prefer) page that has an index to all the pages under it. These pages (in my system) don't have content; they are just an index.
Usually I just create a page, give it a title and add a page tree macro that's restricted to this page (@self).
This works but it's BORING!
How do you like to spiff this page so it pops a little better?
A few of my ideas are to
What ideas do you have to make header pages more interesting?
Or do you guys even USE header pages? (It's the obvious way to structure a wiki for me, but surely it's not the ONLY way to do it. )
By the way, not everything that works on server works the same way on Cloud but MOST things do so this could be cross platform.
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