Can I add subspace to my own space in Confluence?

Can I add subspace to my own space in Confluence? 

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No, spaces are a flat layer, there's no sub-spaces.

There is an add-on called sub-spaces which makes it look like you can nest spaces, which might help you.

Hi Joanna,


as Nic already mentioned there is the "Subspace for Confluence" add-on. In older versions of it there was a pure space hierarchy configuration that ended up being a navigation bar on the top of each page.  

The add-on itself evolved from this feature set to a more broad navigation concept in the past versions (since 3.0). So now you still have the navigationbar on each page but you are able to configure a wide range of navigation nodes like internal link, space, cql query, folder.... 

 

Cheers,
Sandro

I am amazed, how fast I received answer! Thank you!

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