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Searchablee published blog post not appearing in navigation



I can find my published blog posts if searching for them. However they don't appear in the navigation pane.


Blog posts missing in navigation/menu:

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Blog post appears in search results:

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Thanks in advance for your help!




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Hello Mick,

Welcome to Atlassian Community. It's nice to have you!

The pages could be orphaned pages. Have a look at Move, Copy, and Hide pages for how to check for orphaned pages:

If you do not have any incoming links, your page will be an orphan. Confluence lets you see a list of orphaned pages in your space. This is useful if you're using include page macros to pull content from one page onto multiple other pages. As you add and remove content over time, you can see which pages aren't being referenced anywhere by checking the Orphaned Pages list. 

To view the orphaned pages in a space:

  • Go to a page in the space
  • Choose Space settings from the sidebar > Content Tools > Orphaned Pages

Let me know if you have any questions about that.



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