Hello @ravi.chandran ,
Thank you for contacting us about this. Happy to help you.
Can you let me know what you mean by "topics" exactly? Confluence spaces don't have topics, but they have categories which you can define by using labels. See Use Labels to Categorize Spaces for further details. This article will explain how to label pages, how to view those labels being used in the space, and to categorize them.
Topics, on the other hand, are a feature of the add-on Questions for Confluence. Topics cannot be seen per space, but are in a single list. You can go to Questions > Topics for a list of topics for your site.
I hope that helps, but let me know if you have any questions about any of that.
I believe you are looking for the Page Tree Macro. This macro will show a list of all the pages in a space or below a given parent page. In the options, you can restrict the hierarchy to be as deep as you want (for example, if you only wanted to display the top level pages).
I hope this helps!
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