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How to display the Confluence pages in my Jira Software Project-Pages overview?

Hi Community,

my Project-Pages Overview are empty:



There is a Confluence area called "League Manager" with two pages. I would like those to be displayed on the above view.

I was able two connect this area with this view:


Nothing works. I've already spent hours on that. My current workaround looks like this:

  1. click on "create page" (leads to Confluence)
  2. cancel creation 
  3. enter desired pages on Confluence

This seems stupid to me. I think there must be ways to directly access my Confluence area pages directly. Does anyone know how to get that to work?

Kind regards,

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Hello Pandau,

Welcome to Atlassian Community!

When linking a Confluence space to a project, the pages should be listed and accessible for the users (depending on the permission in Confluence). 

As per your screenshots, I understand that after linking to a space, the pages are not visible and it only shows after you click to create a new page, is that correct?

I tested here on my free site on a brand new project and space, but I wasn't able to replicate it.

Screen Shot 2020-12-29 at 14.07.30.png

Is it happening on other projects?

If you connect to another space, does the issue happen?


Hi Angelica, 

thank you for your reply. Let me play around a little bit more with a new project. I think this behaviour is not trivial to replicate. 

I will post an answer when I figured it out. 



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Hi Angelica,

I wasn't able to recreate this issue nor was I able to configure the existing space to make it work.

But creating a new space and just copying all pages to the new space worked. The pages of my new space are displayed properly and as expected.

Thank you for providing your help!


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Thank you! I had the same issue and it worked for me too!

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intagli I'm New Here Feb 03, 2021


I have the same issue but creating a new space did not solve the problem for me. I tried linking the space and the jira project multiple times in both confluence and jira, but jira still shows "There’s nothing here but potential" instead of the confluence pages. I also tried setting the page permissions to "all", but this also did not help.

intagli I'm New Here Feb 03, 2021


I found the solution: I needed to additionally click on the three dots in the top right and select "connect to a different space" and connect the space again. Pages now show up in Jira. 

I am glad that worked for you. This simple solution didn't work for me. I was able to set your mentioned connection via the three dots. But my pages were still empty.

So I had to go with creating a totally new space on Confluence and copying all the content to that new space. The new space was able to be linked to my Jira pages properly.

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