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These instructions explain how to navigate Confluence pages by label. To start, you should open the 'View Labels' page.

After clicking a label on a Confluence page, you're shown the 'Browse Space > Labels' page. Here, click 'See content from all spaces' to open the 'View Labels' page.

If you click another label, a new page loads, showing pages that contain both of the labels. You can continue to add labels to the results in this way.

Once two labels are in use, links to subtract one label from the search appear at the end of the labels list. These are easily identified because these links have a preceding minus sign, like so:

Here is an alternative method for quickly searching for labelled pages:

To search labelled pages by typing a URL,

  1. Open a new web browser window.
  2. In the URL bar of your web browser, type a URL like the following to search for multiple labels in pages:
  3. Press Enter.
  4. The 'View Labels' page will load, showing search results on pages with the labels 'foo' and 'bar'.



Screenshot: The View Labels page





Screenshot: Label Links on the View Labels Page



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