In the Confluence Settings, scroll down to Subspace Navigation on the left and go to the “Menu Configuration” entry. You will see an overview of all your SubSpace Navigation Menus.
Image 1: Overview of all SubSpace Navigation Menus
In the table, you will see all Menus and the following details:
The Menu Name which you specify when you first create a Menu. It will not be displayed anywhere, it’s just a helper for you to stay organized regarding what Menus you have created.
Depending on what you have specified, it will display in which spaces or where your Menu is showing (or not showing). Here are the type of labels you will see:
This label is only available for the Default Menu. Even though the label says “All spaces”, if you create a new Menu and display it in the same space as the Default Menu, the new Menu will be shown there instead. You can read more about the visibility rules of the Default Menu below.
≠ Space Name
This label means that the Default Menu is not visible in that space. You can click on the space name label to be redirected to the space.
This label means that the Menu is visible in that space. You can click on the space name label to be redirected to the space.
This label means that your Menu is not being displayed anywhere.
Innaccessible (Space Key)
This label means that the Space/Space Key is an item that may have been deleted or you don't have access to it.
Last updated by
Shows which Confluence user modified the Menu last. Modifications include changes to the following: Menu Configuration, Menu Name or Menu Visibility.
Last update date
Shows at which date and time the Menu was last modified. Modifications include changes to the following: Menu Configuration, Menu Name or Menu Visibility.
To edit the name and change the visibility, click the edit icon on the right. The following dialogue will be displayed:
Image 3: Edit Menu dialogue (click to enlarge)
You can specify where your Default Menu will be visible:
in all spaces
in all spaces except the ones you have selected
only in selected spaces
If you create a new Menu and display it in the same space as the Default Menu, the new Menu will be shown there instead.
Create New Menu
To add another Menu, click the “Create Menu” button on the right (see Image 1). The following dialogue will be displayed:
Image 4: Create New Menu dialogue (click to enlarge)
Give your new Menu a name and select where it should be visible:
Not specified – select this for your “draft” Menu, in this case, you can play around with your Menu without displaying it in any space; you can then change its visibility to where you want to display it.
In selected spaces – select the spaces where the new Menu should be visible. You can display it in the same spaces that are already used in the Default Menu. However, if a space is already used in another custom Menu you have created, you cannot select it. You have to remove it from the other Menu in order to be able to select it again.
Image 5: Disabled Space (click to enlarge)
After clicking “Save” your Menu will be displayed in the Table Overview.
You can apply any changes to your newly created Menu by clicking the Actions explained in the Table Overview section.
Image 6: Table Overview, Actions section (click to enlarge)