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Creating context sensitive help using k15t scroll viewport

What are the step-by-step instructions in creating context-sensitive help using k15t scroll viewport?

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Srinatha T Atlassian Team Apr 05, 2022

Hi @Anand Rajaraman ,

Welcome to Atlassian community. 

Since this question is more specific to K15t macro, its better you post it in k15t community

Quick search on the web got me some results. Hope this helps. 

Have a good day.


Srinath T

Thanks @Srinatha T , but the link ( is about server edition page keys. I need to know how to set page keys in Confluence Cloud.



Srinatha T Atlassian Team Apr 05, 2022

@Anand Rajaraman , if any of our community members use K15t then they should be able to provide some info. But I still feel that you should post in K15t community . 

@Anand Rajaraman I'm Laura from the Scroll Viewport team. This is the link for the documentation of the Cloud version:

Now, that How To Article has a bit of a different focus, rather than being about context-sensitive help it's about 'in-App Help'. We've written up a blog post to clarify the differences:

Currently, there's some extra work you need to do to ensure that the links you integrate into your product remain stable and resilient to changes. There are already a few things you can do today (e.g set up redirects or customize your URLs) and in parallel, we are also currently working on a feature similar to the Page Keys feature that we have in our Server apps.

Please feel free to reach out at, we're happy to clarify any questions you have and look into this together.

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Thank you @Laura Parraga -K15t- for sharing the related contents. 

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