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Confluence provides a number of ways for organising and structuring content in the wiki:

  • Spaces allow you to group content according to major categories.
  • Pages are used for discrete topics, and can be structured into page trees to show the relation between them.
  • Favourites are particular pages or spaces that have been bookmarked by a user, to make them easy to find again.
  • Labels are user-defined tags that are added to related pages in order to categorise them in some way.
  • Attachments to a page can include images, multimedia, Office and PDF files, and provide a way to include other forms of content in the wiki.
  • The sidebar is a good place to display important links for your team or project.
  •  Email can be collected and archived within each space, to manage all mail related to a project.

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