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How to quick search within the space that I'm in

If I go to the space: Foobar

And search for 'Deployment', it's such a generic search phrase, so it displays the page from several different of our spaces. 

I wish there was a way to quickly toggle 'Search this space'. Confluence does display recently visited/used spaces on the right, but if it's a space you're visiting for the first time in a long time, then it doesn't appear there. 

And regardless - I would hate to rely on Confluence to suggest the right suggestion to me. I would like to always be able to search within the space that I'm on. 

Here is the problem illustrated:



Solution attempt 1: Setup a custom snippet

I've setup a custom snippet for myself, so that if I type:


then it expands to this:

And if I then just type stuff after the `text=`-part (even with spaces), then when I click enter to that, then it searches within the Foobar-space. 

While this is good enough for me, then it's too technical for my colleagues. And I'm looking for a solution that helps Confluence getting more traction within my organisation. 

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Hi @Zeth Odderskov welcome to the Atlassian Community!

You can use the Livesearch macro on the Foobar home page for example, see Insert the Livesearch macro

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