Ask your administrator for the version of Linchpin Theme.
As an administrator:
You find the version number in the administration section (Administration > Manage add-ons > Linchpin Theme)
Create your personal/corporate look within Confluence. Upload your logo, adjust the height of the header, add a custom background image or pick a specific color. Choose individual colors for header icons, notifications, buttons, links, and much more
Directly access your favorite pages through the persistent Linchpin Sidebar
Customize your footer by adding additional links and colors
Use the “layout box” macro to create useful dashboards or pages
Add Custom CSS and Custom JS for further customization
Create different themes for multiple spaces
Switch between the standard Confluence dashboard and a modern centered version
Import and export customized themes
Configure start pages for your users, based on their profile attributes
Style other Linchpin apps/macros like the site navigation in the "Linchpin Navigation Menus" app or the "Cover Stories" macro from the "Enterprise News Bundle" app
Create a global menu easily in Confluence. Simply drag & drop menu items to create multi-language menus for your users.
Make your navigation (or parts of it) public for anonymous Confluence users.
Permit arbitrary Confluence users or user groups to edit the navigation structure.
Preview the menu and use filters to see how it will be shown to users.
Use live filtering to more clearly configure the relevant parts of your navigation structure.
Choose to display your navigation as dropdown menu or multi-column flyout menu.
Never lose old versions of your previously built menu structures, thanks to the menu structure history.
Use wildcards to filter menu items for users or user groups more easily. Build even more complex filters with logical operators (AND, OR, NOT).
Draft your menus:
Save and preview menu drafts without publishing them immediately.
See a warning message if there are unpublished draft versions of the menu created by another menu editor.
See published versions highlighted in the menu history.
Import and export menus.
Use custom styles by using CSS classes for active menu items.
Please note: Creating a navigation menu is part of the Linchpin theme app in version 2.19 or higher.
Previously that functionality was available as a standalone app (Linchpin Navigation Menus).