The image below shows the menus and other controls on a typical Confluence page.


 

Menu or optionExplanation
BrowseGives access to wiki content such as pages, blog posts, etc, and allows you to browse the People Directory. If you are an administrator, the space and site administration options appear here too.
UserAfter you have logged in, your name will appear at top right of the screen. This is the 'User' menu, and allows you to log out, access your user profile or view your editing history, personal labels and page watches. You can also retrieve drafts of pages you are editing.
SearchType into this box and press 'Enter' to search.
EditEdit the current page. (Or press 'E'.)
ShareEmail a link to the current page to another Confluence user.
AddAdd things to a page, or add new a new page or blog post to the space.
ToolsMiscellaneous actions relating to the page.
BylineShows who originally authored, and who most recently edited, the page.
Byline IconsA small padlock icon indicates page restrictions. A paperclip icon indicates that the page has attachments. Both icons are clickable, leading to the 'Page Information' and 'Attachments' pages, respectively.
LabelsShows labels (or tags) attached to the current page. (Or press 'L'.)
Add a CommentClick in the text box to begin writing a comment. (Or press 'M'.)

If your Confluence administrator has customised your Confluence site, the menus may appear in different positions from those shown here.

If you are not logged in to Confluence but anonymous access is available on your Confluence site, a 'Log In' link will appear instead of the 'User' menu.

   

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