In Chapter 3, Creating Content, we learned how to create spaces and pages. Over time, your space will grow and pages might not be in the right order or location. Users might also start complaining that they can't find the page you are referring to. This is the moment your space could use a little organization and cleanup.
Pages within Confluence have a hierarchical structure where other pages can be grouped under a parent page. We refer to this group as page family. Pages within a page family are, by default, ordered in alphabetical order. When you create a new page it will be inserted into the page family in alphabetical order. It is possible to move pages to a different position, automatically changing the order mode to manual. In manual mode, the new page will be placed at the bottom of a page family.
The easiest way to reorder the pages within a space is by using the Reorder Pages view, located in Space Tools. To get to this view: