In this tutorial, you will learn how to highlight your release notes on your help center site so that your readers are always up to date. In the process you will also learn how to add labels to your Confluence pages.
Before you begin
Make sure you have completed Customize the look and feel of your Help Center site before working through this page.
Label your release notes page
Navigate to the documentation space that you created in the Getting Started guide.
Click Spaces → <YOUR SPACE NAME>
Next, find and open the Release Notes page. You can find it under Pages → Product Documentation.
Using your own documentation? Then simply navigate to your top-level release notes page.
At the bottom of the page’s content, click Add label
Then, type in
ℹ️ Info: If you set this particular label to a page in your documentation, it will be taken as the news source. The first three child pages will then be highlighted on the news section of your Help Center site.
Not only are you one step closer to highlighting your release notes on the help center site, you also learned how to add labels to your Confluence pages.
ℹ️ Info: Labels are a powerful organizational tool in Confluence. Watch this video to learn more about them.
➡️ Next, we will update the help center site.
Re-publish your help center site
If you make any changes to the content of your documentation, you will need to update the help center site and re-publish it in order for the changes to be public.
In the Confluence menu click Apps → Scroll Viewport.
Click Update site.
Once the update process is complete, click Go live.
Once the site is live, you will see a success message saying Your site is up to date.
Click View site.
You have successfully learned how to highlight your release notes on the help center site.