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I use Confluence to write business requirements and specifications and I normally have to include a table to define the meaning of repeated phrases within the document like user group names, system names, acronyms, etc.
I wanted to find out whether a feature exists in Confluence (or whether there should be) the ability to mark a repeated reference with a hash or an anchor so that it relates to a terminology definition table either within the same page or on it's own page somewhere in Confluence and displays the description/meaning of the term being referred to in an inline way like a pop-up when you hover or click on the term being used.
The value of this to me is context and consistency of use of business terms without having to re-write terminology in every page you write and as a reader, you don't need to jump between what you're reading and a glossary of terms.