I'd like to see a history of how pages were reordered in the menu of a Confluence wiki, much like how you can hee the history of a page's content changing. Members of my team have been moving pages around, changing not just the order but also the hierarchy, by mistake. It'd be important to be able to revert these changes, or at least see what changed.
Is this possible? It doesn't seem so. The Audit Log doesn't contain such info either.
Hi, @Zoltán Lehóczky !
As I know there is no such possibility in Confluence yet.
There is an existing feature request for this - CONFCLOUD-5231 Page history should show when a page has been moved from one space to another .
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