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Here's what a typical Confluence page looks like in 'view' mode:

At the top of the page is the title, followed by the author information and the page content.

You can also see the menu options which allow you to edit the page, add content, and so on. Refer to Using the Confluence Screens for more details.

Each page can have labels (tags) associated with it. For more information, see Working with Labels.

The page shown above has two comments at the bottom of the page. Depending upon permissions, Confluence users can add comments to a page. See Commenting on a Page.


The options that are available depend on the space permissions granted to you by the space administrator and the page restrictions defined by the page's author.

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Page Layout in Edit Mode (Wiki Markup)

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