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Images all gone after moving from one Subtask page to an invidual page


I am expericing frustrating editor experience when one Subtask page is not handling multiple screenshots well, I moved the page to another individual page by cut and paste.

However all 20 important screenshots are gone after moving the cut part.

The frustrating thing is Subtask page doesn't have a history option, once this type of page got saved there is no way back and there is no history view button that I can pick the version I want.

Can anyone tell me where to find the history versions in a subtask page, because I believe I did save in the middle of editing, great thanks.
This is one of the 'not found error' of an image, Screenshot 2023-04-21 152122.jpg

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Laura Campbell _Elements_
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May 16, 2023

Hi @sophie.cai 

All Confluence pages, even child pages, have a page history, accessible from the action menu on the top right of the page from the view mode (not editing). Can you confirm that you published both the original and the new page where you were adding the images?

Page history.png

You'll notice there's also an option to see the attachments on the page. I would recommend looking at the attachments of the first page to see what files have been correctly added to the page. You probably encountered the errors copying and pasting the images because Confluence could not correctly attach the copied images to the new page.

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