To categorize, identify, or bookmark content in Confluence we can use labels. Labels are keywords or tags that can be added to pages, blog posts, attachments, and spaces as metadata. Labels are user-defined so any word that identifies your content can be used.
For example, you can assign the label "requirement" to all pages with project requirements. It is then possible to browse, or list, all pages with that label in a single space or even across Confluence. It is also possible to search content based on that label.
The advantages of using labels are as follows:
With labels you can group pages and spaces without having to restructure your site
You can add as many labels as you like
Labels are easily added without affecting the content to which you assign a label
Confluence doesn't support multiword labels. Which means that, to...