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I created a new space in Confluence, created a new page, and moved some pages from another space to a new space, however, I can't see "Page Tree" from the left sidebar. The only way it'll display the "Page Tree" if I click one of the "Recently Update" page, then I can see the Page tree and pages under it.
When I go to space directory and find the newly created space and click on it, I can't see Page Tree, but I can see "Pages", "Blog" and "Calendar". I was digging in the space setting and found out all pages are in the "Orphaned' pages" section. I'm thinking because of that I can't see "Page Tree/Child Pages".
How I can make "Page Tree" visible when users click on the space and how I can take out the pages from the orphaned pages?
Hi @Shah Baloch ,
It looks as if you gave moved the home page of the space.
Can you please check, if there is the correct home page set in the space detail settings? This should be a tab next to the orphaned pages.
Try to set a new home page to fix the problem.
Hi @Shah Baloch ,
you have to move them under the Homepage.
The easiest way for this is to open the "..." menu on one of the pages and then select "View in Page Hierarchy". Then you can drag and drop them under the Homepage.
To update this answer for 2023, the problem I ran into is that I changed the home page and Confluence only shows pages in the sidebar tree that are children pages of the home page.
The easiest way to fix this now is Space Settings -> Manage Pages -> Reorder and drag and drop the pages under the home page you have set.
After doing this the pages should now show in your sidebar.