The easiest way to set a page's location in Confluence is to navigate to the space where you want the page to live and, if necessary, find its parent page and choose Create. Sometimes though, you'll want to change a page's location either while you're creating it, or after it's been created.
You can also move and reorder pages in the page tree (hierarchy).
The page – along with any attachments, comments, and child pages – is moved to your chosen location. Confluence will automatically adjust all links to the moved pages, to point to the page(s) in its new location.
Screenshot: Setting the location or moving a page
You can change the location of a page within its space, and reorder pages in the hierarchy. This allows you to:
All links to the page are maintained. When you move a parent page, the entire hierarchy of child pages will move too.
To move or reorder a page:
Alternatively, you can choose to order a group of child pages alphabetically by choosing the Sort Alphabetically (A-Z) icon. The Sort Alphabetically (A-Z) icon only appears next to the parent page if the page family is currently sorted manually.
If you change your mind, you can use the Undo Sorting icon to revert back to the previous manual page order. This option is only available immediately after sorting the page, while you're still on the Reorder Pages tab, and haven't performed any other action.
To move a page, you need the following permissions:
To move a page into a different space, you also need:
If the page has restrictions, and you want to keep the page restrictions in the new location, you'll also need 'Restrict' permission on the space you're moving to. Alternatively, remove the page restrictions before performing the move.