In Confluence, you can organise pages into a hierarchy of parent and child pages. Pages in such a hierarchy are called a page family.
Page families are a simple but effective way of categorising content. Confluence makes navigation of your site easier by providing links forward and backwards through the page hierarchy.
A parent page is at the topmost level of that hierarchy. Subpages are called child pages or children.
Read more about page families.
Things you can do with page families in Confluence:
- View a page's family
- View a page's location within a space
- View the hierarchy of all pages within a space
- View the children of a page
- Create a child page
- Move and re-order pages while editing a page or while viewing the space's Tree view.
- Order the pages in a page family alphabetically.
- Change the parent of a page
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