I have noticed that since the "new" Confluence page layout was launched, when I add new pages to a Confluence space, the side bar with the page listing no longer shows them alphabetically. Instead, the new pages are appended to the bottom of the list.
Is there a setting to get the new pages to show up in alphabetical order and not reverse creation order?
Note that only my new pages or modified pages seem to be affected. Previously created or unmodified pages are in the expected/desired order.
It makes it tough to navigate spaces with large number of pages.
Is there a user setting I can adjust to fix this or do I need to talk to my JIRA admin?
@Colleen PattersonIf you are space admin, you can reorder pages in alphabetical order, by going to space tool and the click the A-Z icon pages will be order, also you can drag pages to new position. If you don't have space admin right contact you confluence administrator/space admin to do it for you.
@Moses Thomas What is the space tool and how can I find it? I thought I was a space admin for the spaces I work in however, I see nothing labeled space tool. I have a huge menu of pages and searching for the page I need and scrolling up and down the list takes a lot of time. If I could alphabetize it, I would be so happy!
ADDENDUM: I found the space tools - navigate to the bottom of your list of pages on the left navigation bar, and see the Space Tools icon.
However, I have no A-Z icon that I can see.
Thank you in advance.
I'm having this exact same issue. Our page has ~400 child pages and it appears that the last 50-75 have not been alphabetized. When I sort it in the space tools, most items sort well (although there is a page that starts with "E" that comes in at the very end of the order).
That being said, after sorting them in the space tools, the side-bar never gets updated and doesn't sort at all (again the last 50-75 and everything new are at the bottom in a timed order).
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