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Hey, thanks for becoming part of our community, @Igor Popov !
Now, let me try to address your question. You said that that the “search and replace” function is not available for you when using the new editor.
This is correct. In our new editing experience, the find function was removed since it is provided by all browsers that are compatible with Confluence.
The good news is that its return is planned on our Roadmap document. Here, take a look:
This feature request is also reported here:
I encourage you to go into that report to vote and watch it. Voting helps increasing the report visibility and watching will keep you up to date with everything there! Let our teams know how important this is for your environment.
To try and address your question “Why my user interface is different?”, I can show you the following:
Your interface is different due to the fact that you are running the new Confluence editing experience, the Fabric Editor.
Let us hear your thoughts Igor! Looking forward to your reply.
Thank you for solving the mystery. Chrome doesn't have "search and replace" function by default which means I have to install a third-party extension to compensate for the removed functionality.
How can I switch to the old editor as I am not happy to use an inferior interface compare to others? This also makes it very confusing when I try to follow how-to guides...
We needed to make bulk changes across our cloud docs space, example when Atlassian changed now something is named or works so we created Find and Replace by Easy Apps.
Anyone can use it, pretty simple, no need to understand CQL, which I don't personally know.
We ended up rebuilding it so it works for huge spaces. Turns out some cloud spaces are enormous, like an old server one (might have migrated).
If you have ScriptRunner for Confluence Cloud you can find and replace text across your entire space with one click.
There's a script you can copy and paste into the Script Console and run. It is available here: https://library.adaptavist.com/entity/find-and-replace-text-across-space
If you want to try ScriptRunner we offer a 30 day free trial in the Marketplace.