Learn how to create a table of contents on a page to provide easy navigation to other areas on a page when it starts to get too long to appear in one screen.
- [Instructor] As you continue to build your spaces…here in Confluence, adding pages and content to those pages,…well some of them may become quite lengthy.…If someone's viewing one of your pages…and they need to scroll and scroll…to get to the section they want,…you might consider adding a table of contents.…A table of contents is a macro here in Confluence…that uses the headings on a page…to create a nice little list that's clickable.…I'll show you what I'm talking about…here on our Home page User Conference 2018.…
Let's start by going up to Edit.…Now I mentioned that a table of contents…is automatically going to locate any headings on your page…and use them in the list you create.…As we scroll down, you can see…there are only a couple that use headings.…Let's go to Recent space activity, when you click in there,…you'll see it's using the Heading 2 style.…Same thing for Space contributors.…Attachments and Keynote Speaker Pages,…which we added in the previous movie,…just plain old paragraph text,…so we should turn those into headings first.…
- Creating spaces
- Customizing the Confluence interface
- Creating pages and blog posts
- Adding text, graphics, and attachments in Confluence
- Using labels and other navigation helpers
- Inviting collaborators to spaces
- Restricting access to spaces
Skill Level Beginner
Yammer 2016 Essential Trainingwith Gini von Courter2h 26m Intermediate
Migrating from Google Drive to SharePointwith Bill Kulterman1h 4m Intermediate
1. Get Started with Confluence
2. Create Pages and Blogs
3. Add Content
4. Add Navigation
5. Communicate and Collaborate
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