If you have the Structure.Pages add-on installed, you will see some additional extenders available specifically for Confluence pages.

Child Pages Extender

The Child Pages Extender adds child pages beneath pages already in your structure.

You can add pages manually, or using the Insert generator or Linked Pages Extender.

Linked Pages Extender

The Linked Pages Extender will pull in Confluence pages linked to issues in your structure.

Customize Your Extender

Each Pages extender can be customized to create exactly the hierarchy you need.

You can customize:

Extend Levels - Allows you to select which levels in the hierarchy the extender should be applied to:

  • All levels up to 10 (default) - The extender will be applied to the first 10 levels of the hierarchy, starting from the level where the extender itself is located.
  • All levels - The extender will be applied to the current level and all its descendants.
  • Current level only - The extender will only be applied to the same level in the hierarchy as the extender itself.
  • Manual levels range - You can specify which levels the extender is applied to.

See Generator Scope to learn more about customizing levels.

Allow changes via Structure - If this option is checked, moving pages within the structure will update their location in Confluence or their links within Jira.

Runs As

When a generator runs, it runs as the structure owner. This is important because the generator will have access to the same projects, issues, etc. as the user listed here – if they don’t have permission to view an issue, it won’t be added to the structure.