Is there a way to change the article slugs used on Confluence? We would like to use unique numbers rather than article titles in our URLS.
A slug is a garden-munching invertebrate, or slang for a bullet. You obviously mean urls though.
Confluence tries to generate "friendly" urls automatically, but it will always still respond when you use the page ID in a url - the first format you gave is always valid.
I don't think you can turn off friendly urls in Cloud (and I'm not sure it's easy on server), but there is a trick - friendly urls are only generated when it can translate them into something that works. The process chokes if there's any characters it can't handle in the title, and it reverts to using the page id. So if you get your users to stick odd characters in every page name...
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