SubSpace Navigation for Confluence allows you to structure your Confluence by defining a central navigation so that your users find their way through the wiki.
SINCE VERSION 3.3
It is responsive with different screen sizes, so you can navigate it easily in every kind of device.
We recommend structuring the navigation in a purposeful way, so that only spaces and jumping-off points that are important for the whole company are linked there. It is not intended to hold hundreds of entries.
As a Confluence administrator you will see a cog icon in the SubSpace Navigation. Click the icon on the right to edit the navigation.
Edit the SubSpace Navigation
Image 1: Edit SubSpace Navigation (click to enlarge)
The following dialog will then be displayed:
Image 2: Expand/Collapse Navigation Elements (click to enlarge)
On the left, the current navigation elements are displayed. You can expand or collapse them all with one click.
Add and delete navigation elements
To add a new navigation element, hover over the parent element and click the "+" icon. To delete an element, move your mouse over the target element and click on the "-"icon next to it.
Image 3: Add and Delete Elements (click to enlarge)
Confirm your changes with "Save".
Elements of different types can be added to the navigation. The next section will introduce you to the available navigation element types.
Navigation element types
There are five SubSpace Navigation element types: External or internal links, folders, spaces or CQL queries. You can find a description of each type and the corresponding configuration options in the table below.
Internal confluence link
Link to Confluence page or blog post
Select page or blog post (required)
Enter alternative title (optional)
Link to external web page
Link address (required)
Link title (required)
Folders allow you to group navigation elements.
They can hold navigation elements of any type, including other folders.
Enter folder name (required)
Link to a Confluence space
Enter Confluence space (required)
Choose alternative title (optional)
Show up to 10 results of a CQL query (please refer to the documentation of the Confluence Query Language). This allows you to dynamically display pages and blog posts which fit the search criteria. To display more results choose "Show all results" in the menu.