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Confluence keeps track of pages you have recently visited throughout all your accessible spaces within a Confluence installation. This history is available from the Recently Viewed content view, which you can use to go back to Confluence pages you have recently visited.

To view the list of recently visited pages and go back to one of them:

  1. Go to the 'Recently Viewed' content view. To do this:

    • Go to your name at the top of the page. (This is the 'User' menu. A dropdown list will appear when your cursor hovers over the 'User' menu.)
    • Select 'Recently Viewed' from the dropdown list. The 'Recently Viewed' content view will open.
  2. Click the title of the page you wish to revisit.

Screenshot: Recently Viewed content view


This list records up to the last 20 pages visited. However, be aware that it is cleared when you log out of Confluence or your Confluence session terminates.

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Working with Pages
Browsing a Space
Tree View of Pages

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