You could label your pages and the user the content by label macro on your table of contents page. So, using your example you would labels some pages as apple and others as orange. The on the TOC page you would have two content by label macros. One would display the apples and the other would display the oranges. Is this what you are looking for ... or something similar?
The Table of Contents macro scans the headings on the current Confluence page to create a table of contents based on those headings. This helps readers find their way around lengthy pages, by summarising the content structure and providing links to headings.
In other words, you need to have headings to be able to build a table of contents.
While I appreciate your answers, this does not necessarily solve my issue.
I have some 20 pages (so far), I want to "sort" them into categories so the "apples" are in one "chapter" and the "oranges" in the next. The left margin does not do this by default, and the documentation of the tool is not always clear.
If you want to "sort" pages into categories you can simply create the necessary file structure for that:
Create two new pages (that will work like a directory) and put your apple and orange pages in there, just as you would do in Window's explorer. To move the pages you can either use Tools > Move or Browse > Pages.
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