The default Confluence page tree macro does not work with Scroll Translations – this is because if you use it in translated pages, it only resolves the page tree in the default language.
That's why we developed the Scroll Page Tree macro, which is fully compatible with Scroll Translations, and resolves the page tree in the correct language. To display the page tree in a page, just insert the Scroll Page Tree macro onto the page.
Configure page tree settings
There are multiple options for configuring the page tree.
The home page of the space
Specify the parent page for the page tree. The tree will include all descendants of that page, but not the root page itself.
|Hide Unavailable Pages||Unchecked||Check if you only want to display pages that are available in the current working language.|
|Sort Pages By||position|
Specify the order to display the pages in the tree. This sort order is for display purposes only. It does not permanently re-arrange the page order.
Specify the levels of children displayed in the tree.
Enter any number greater than 0 to set how many levels of children should be displayed in the tree when it is loaded for the first time.