I’m Mike Egan, a Senior Developer on Confluence Cloud, and am super excited to share that the LONG awaited, HIGHLY requested Anchor Marco is BACK! And even better!
How does it work?
1. Find a place you want people to link to. It can be In the middle of a paragraph, next to a picture, in a table, etc. The possibilities are endless.
2. Add the anchor. Just use the slash command to type “/anchor”. Or add it through the + button at the top of the editor.
3. Name the anchor. This name becomes part of the link used to find the position on the page. (Note you cannot put a % in the name.)
4. See the anchor!
5. Link to the anchor. Using the slash command, type “/link” and start typing the name of the anchor you just created (starting with a “#”). Another option is to add the anchor name to the end of the page URL.
And that’s it!
We thank you for your feedback, we read every piece. We know how much you loved this feature and we’re excited to finally ship it to you!
Anchor away mates,
The Confluence Cloud Team
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