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Thanks @Srinatha T , but the link (https://help.k15t.com/scroll-viewport/latest/server/context-sensitive-help-165943084.html) is about server edition page keys. I need to know how to set page keys in Confluence Cloud.
@Anand Rajaraman I'm Laura from the Scroll Viewport team. This is the link for the documentation of the Cloud version: https://help-cloud.k15t.com/scroll-viewport/How-To-Embed-In-App-Help.843515185.html
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: https://www.k15t.com/rock-the-docs/misc/context-sensitive-help-vs-in-app-help-which-is-more-helpful
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 email@example.com, we're happy to clarify any questions you have and look into this together.