How to find missing SharePoint pages

Have you ever tried to find missing SharePoint pages? It’s not always easy if you don’t know where to look!

Don’t worry… In this tutorial we’ll show you how you can find those pesky, missing pages.

What you’ll learn in this tutorial on how to find missing SharePoint pages

One problem with modern SharePoint intranet sites is that pages don’t normally get added to navigation automatically.

And news posts won’t stay on the home page for long… So, what to do if a SharePoint page that you need just is nowhere to be found?

In this 5-minute tutorial we talk you through how you can search for SharePoint pages. We also look at how you can normally find lost SharePoint pages either in the site pages library in site contents.

We’ll even show you how you can find your SharePoint pages and news posts in your site’s recycle bin, if someone deleted a page by accident.

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I'm a copywriter, content creator and all-round creative. When I'm not writing or recording for Pixamoo, I film and edit OwnerDrive videos, do freelance copywriting, practice martial arts, build websites and intranets, and work for The Man.