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Tree Mode doesn't display pages

When I open a space, no pages (none) are visible under "Tree Mode". If I switch to "Title A-Z," I can see all the pages, but I can't tell which ones are nested under another. 

How do I fix this so that Tree Mode will display in the sidebar?

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Hi Tyson, my name is Jacob and I'm a Confluence Cloud developer who has worked on this feature. Let me try to help.

The Page tree will display all pages which are descendants of the Overview page. Sometimes pages inadvertently get removed from the tree if they are moved to be "siblings" of the Overview.

You can correct this by moving the pages to be sub-pages of the Overview. Here are some steps you can follow:

  1. Visit the space
  2. Click on Space settings in the sidebar
  3. Use the "Jump to setting..." search box and type "Reorder"
  4. Click on "Reorder"

This will bring you to the Reorder pages screen. The Space overview -- the root of your page tree -- will be marked with a Home icon. Any sub-page of this will appear in the Page tree. 

To fix your issue, you can drag-and-drop the missing pages to be sub-pages of your Overview in the hierarchy. After doing this and refreshing your browser, the pages should be visible.

Hope this helps!
Jacob

Thanks! Needed this info!

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