Side Bar Does not show pages by default in confluence

I currently have to click on the recently updated pages to be able to display all pages that are part of my confluence page. How do I make those pages display by default?

I have the Navigation display options under "Configure Sidebar" to show "Page Tree". 

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Hi Mazen,

Do you have pages enabled in the side bar?  When you Configure Sidebar the Pages option should have a minus next to it, like this:

Sidebar pages.png

Here's the current view:



HI Mazen, 

If you click Space Tools > Configure Sidebar, does it still look like that?

Space Tools > Configure Sidebar looks like the image below.  


Hi Mazen,

How odd.  Based on your screenshot I'd expect the pages to be visible.

The 2 things I can think to try are to turn Pages off and back on again, and turn Shortcuts back on again.  If neither of these work then you'll need to log a support call with Atlassian - this doesn't look like normal behaviour to me.....

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