I've been using Confluence for quite a while, but only became an admin of my own Confluence server in the last (x3) mos.
I've been archiving information and was editing a series of pages yesterday. Today, I accessed the same page and my edits are gone?!
I looked in the history of the page and it indicates that it was not changed yesterday.
How could a page change and that change is not recorded in the page history?
That does not appear to be the case. There are a few lingering drafts (which I will likely delete), but the most recent are blank (no content).
I could swear I looked at this page last night and verified the content. Now there is no record of the page contents I recall creating last night. The content I added included: tables, text, pasted images.
Assuming I just cannot remember what I did and in fact I deleted the page or did some improper editing...
How would I verify that overnight I don't lose pages? Would I monitor disk usage? No. pages? Editing history?
Is there some way to build a report that monitors this for me so I don't go insane worrying that I'm losing pages?
I found that as well. It indicated that I did not edit the page yesterday. I swear that I did.
It is always possible that I'm not remembering the sequence of my edits correctly. So, I searched through the activity log to find the most recent (last few days) images that were pasted into pages.
The images I pasted were not in that list.
The images I pasted were screenshots (alt-print-screen). Although I can imagine something weird happening to those, the tables that I pasted them into should still exist. Yet, I cannot find them on the page.
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