In Confluence, it's not possible to have multiple pages with the same title in the same space. This can cause conflicts when creating, copying, or versioning a document.
While across different versions, Scroll Documents can ensure all page names are unique by using a version prefix. However, within a given version, the prefix is shared by all pages. This makes it impossible to reuse a page title within the same version.
Although this limitation cannot be lifted in the Confluence view, you can use the Scroll Page Title property to set a publishing title for a page. This title will be used in all public contexts like Scroll Viewport sites, Scroll exports, and the Document Reader.
How to Set a Scroll Page Title
Follow these steps to apply a Scroll Page Title to a page in a document:
Navigate to the page for which you'd like to set a Scroll Page Title.
Select page actions (•••).
Select Set Scroll Page Title.
Enter the title and click Save.