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The 'Information View' for a page shows you various bits of useful information about the page.

To see the Information View for a page:

  1. View the page.
  2. Go to the 'Information' view for the page. To do this:

    • Go to a page in the space, open the 'Tools' menu and select 'Info'. The 'Information' view will open.

The 'Information View' displays the following information:

  1. Page Details: Title, author, date of creation, date of last modification and the tiny link of the page.

  2. Page Hierarchy: Parent-child relationships of the page.

  3. Page Permissions: Displays page-level security restrictions that apply to the page (if present).

  4. Recent Changes: Links to the five most recent versions of the page along with the name of the editor and the date of modification.

  5. View page history: A link to the page history, which displays all the versions of the page in reverse chronological order and allows you to compare versions or to restore a previous version.

  6. Hot Referrers: The external website pages which send the most viewers to the page.

Screenshot: A page's Information View

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