Users appearing in dashboard spaces

Someone made a chance in our Confluence settings recently and now a number of user spaces/blogs are appearing in the Confluence Dashboard under Spaces => All where previously it just showed spaces. I'm not sure what was done to cause it, but I need to undo it. Any ideas?

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Hi Bret,

Could it be that this user edit the layout in Confluence? Go to Confluence Admin >> Layout >> Global Layout >>Reset to default.

Hope this helps.

It appears to already be set to the default layout. Is there anything that toggles whether users spaces appear as spaces in the dashboard?

You might want to check the site welcome message https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Editing+the+Site+Welcome+Message.

Do you mind to provide me with a screenshot of your dashboard. This will help me understand the issue better.

There's our layout. It turns out that it is customized, I was looking in the wrong spot. Unfortunately resetting to default is not an option. This is the layout, do you see anything obviously causing this?

<div class="pagebody">

#parse ( "/template/includes/actionerrors.vm" )

<table class="dashboard" width="100%" border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0">

<tr>

#if ($mode == "dashboard")

#parse ("/decorators/includes/dashboard-navigation.vm")

#requireResourcesForContext("dashboard")

#rssautodiscovery($action.rssDescriptor)

#permitSearchEngines()

<td class="left" width="40%" valign="top">

<div class="padded">

#parse ( "/dashboard/dashboard-welcome.vm" )

$helper.renderConfluenceMacro("{subspaces:style=list|sort=title}")

<br/>

#dashboard_renderGlobalActions("dashboardActionsId", ["system.dashboard"] )

</div>

</td>

<td class="right" width="60%" valign="top">

<div class="padded">

$helper.renderConfluenceMacro("{recently-updated-dashboard:dashboard|showProfilePic=true}")

$helper.renderConfluenceMacro("{favpages:maxResults=$maxFavouritePages}")

</div>

</td>

#elseif ($mode == "userdir")

<td width="100%" valign="top">

$body

</td>

#elseif ($mode == "rss")

<td width="50%" valign="top">

$body

</td>

#end

## INFO PANEL FOR ANY PAGE

#if ($infoPanelRequired)

<td width="$infoPanelWidth" valign="top" id="helptd">

#infoPanel(true true true true)

</td>

#end

</tr>

</table>

</div>

#parse ( "/breadcrumbs.vm" )

<content tag="browse-menu">

#menuMacros_renderGlobalBrowseMenu()

</content>

<!-- GENERAL PAGE DECORATING ENDS -->

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