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Can I add links in "pages" section of sidebar?

I'm part of a big confluence project spread across many spaces. Finding pages is a perennial problem. Within my space, I use page hierarchy to make things easier to find. For example, I have a 'documentation' page with child 'how-to guides' with child 'compile/run on new machines'... Some pages are important to find, but exist outside my space for political reasons, or exist within my space, but could logically fit in 2 different areas. It would be nice to be able to add links to such pages in the location in my page hierarchy that makes logical sense. I can do this in a kludgy way by creating a new page where I want the link, titling it "Link to <name of page I want to link to>", and dumping the link inside that page. It would be nice to do this more seamlessly.

Thanks in advance for any help!


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Macro Page Tree or work with a label and evaluate them with the Macro Label List.

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