With the Atlassian documentation now using Scroll Viewport, going to the native Confluence URL redirects to the corresponding Viewport URL, which just presents a search box and list of recently updated articles.
I, for one, like to browse Knowledge Bases sometimes, not just search.
Is there a way to do this? BTW, as stated in this Answers post, I think the move to Scroll Viewport was a bad move for technical documentation. For customer documentation, I think it would be fine, but for Administrators and Developers, it is just too limiting without support for pagetree navigation.
Yes, there is.
Go to the main KB page: https://confluence.atlassian.com/kb
Click on the Confluence Knowledge Base link: https://confluence.atlassian.com/confkb/confluence-knowledge-base-home-179443496.html
At the bottom of that page is a "Click here to see all articles in this space" which will open a list of all the articles.
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