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I am looking for a way to create multilevel numbering.

I am looking for a way to create multilevel numbering. For example:

1. Something

     1.1 

     1.2

          1.2.1

          1.2.2

2. Something else

     2.1

     2.2

 

I did find the Numbered Headings app in the Marketplace (https://marketplace.atlassian.com/apps/16063/numbered-headings?hosting=cloud&tab=overview); however, this only allows for special (multilevel) numbering of headers.

I am using Numbered Headings to number the sections of my pages, but I also need the ability to number and "subnumber" the content for each of my sections.

Please HELP!

 

Thanks!

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Brant Schroeder Community Leader Dec 17, 2020

Matthew this is a limitation in cloud and I believe that you found the only app that even comes close to providing the functionality that you need.  I believe that it will work for you you would just do something like this

1. H1 Tag

     1.1 H2 Tag

     1.2 H2 Tag

          1.2.1 H3 Tag

          1.2.2 H3 Tag

Thanks Brant!

I'll give that a shot - not ideal, but could definitely work.

I tested this out. I'm not crazy about it - I don't like having the "working" text as headers (and that's the only way it would work).

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