How do I find orphaned pages?

I would like to find all pages that do not have an incoming link, but I don't want to include parent pages as an incoming link. Ideally I would like a table of page titles with number of links.

I'm attempting to ensure that all of our pages are accessible without using the hierarchy viewer to make the page flows better.

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I should have put that in my original summary, but no, unfortunately that page does not, because it only shows pages who have no incoming links. Confluence considers having a parent page as 1 incoming link.

An alternative way to detect pages that cannot be found (for any reason) is to activate the page view tracking feature of the Archiving Plugin for Confluence.

Instead of checking the incoming links, it will check if there is any actual visit on a Confluence page in the given period.

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