Looking for examples of user intuitive Confluence Landing/Index pages

Our user base is expanding with mostly non-technical users who want to simply and easily find content in Confluence.

I am looking for examples of Landing/Home/Index pages that would more intuitively help users find content in the growing number of Spaces and content areas. – There must be examples out there of how other organizations have created a more welcoming orientation for new users to Confluence content.

Ideally, these would have the capability of (at least partially) self-updating as new content is added, rather than being all manually maintained.

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Hi Merrill,

We use Scroll Viewport here at Atlassian for our documentation pages in order to make them more simple. Perhaps a different theme such as this would help you accomplish what you require?

Kind Regards,

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