we use confluence cloud and we have been uploading tons of images (we create user guides) and files (word etc) across various confluence spaces.
the problem that i am facing is that i want to view all the attachments and start deleting ones that are either no longer relevant or were uploaded in error.
i see macros out there that help...but is there a function within confluence where i can just view all the files uploaded to a space or something similar!
any help much appreicated!
Try Space -> Space Settings -> Content tools -> Attachments
There is no global cross-space way to do this though, I'm afraid you need to go one space at a time. I think you might also need to be a Confluence admin to see it (Space admins don't get all the options Confluence admins see in Space Settings)
Thank you, @Nic Brough _Adaptavist_
I followed your path and I am now able to view all attachments in one place.
I am not able to delete the redundant image from there. Its appears I need to go to that particular page and then delete the image separately.
have you come across or know of a more easier way to delete attachment right from that page you mentioned?
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