In the full search, Confluence searches for content in all spaces, profiles, and attachments.
Start your search by placing the cursor in the search field, or type GG on the keyboard. Type your query and press enter. Click on a title in the complete list of search results to view it.
Each search result has an icon for its content type, its title or name, and some relevant lines of content, with your search query highlighted in bold. You can also see the space where the content is, and when the content was last modified.
Filter options are on the left. You can search for the person who last edited the content using the “Contributer” field, search for it in a specific space, or define a time period in the “Last Modified” field. “Type” and “Add Filter” give you more options to make your search more specific.
Only content that you are allowed to view will be listed when you search.
Watch our Video #36 of the video tutorial series “Learn Atlassian Confluence” and check out Atlassian’s documentation on more about the Confluence search options on this page.