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Find Archived pages

I am using Confluence Cloud and cannot see an "Archived" button as described on the support page:

Find archived pages
To navigate to your space’s archive, scroll to the bottom of the page tree and select Archived.

Is this incorrect or outdated (or there is a problem with Confluence Cloud)?

Our administrator could not find the button either.

I know I can reach archived pages via Space Settings, but that seems to be a step backwards in usability. Is there a way to get the "Archived" button back or something similarly prominent?

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Oct 22, 2023

Hi @Scott Baker 

It's strange I can't see the Archived button also like the doc is mentioning... Maybe Atlassian removed the button, I don't know actually... 

You can use a trick if you want: you can add a shortcut in your space sidebar and point to the Archived content URL. 

The URL is always as follow:  /wiki/spaces/SPACEKEY/archivedpages

You just have to replace SPACEKEY by the real key of your space. Then you will a shortcut in your shorcut list and you can call it Archives... or any name you want.  

Here is the documentation about space shortcut:

I hope this helps. 

Hi @Dam

Good idea, I will give that a go (once I have someone with shortcut permissions try it).

Thank you,


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We were able to use this workaround which gets us the same functionality so marking this as the accepted answer in absence of the old button being restored. Just a shame it's not a default button across all spaces.

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