As we go to using Confluence for documentation for our general user base, I've run into something that seems either like I'm unique or just not asking the question the right way, so I apologize if this has been answered already.
The question is this: we'd like to have a more friendly way to refer users to particular pages in Confluence from external sources. So, for example, our confluence being at https://wiki.example.com and we have our outages page which is at /display/OPS/Current+Outages what I'm looking for is some way of generating a URL like https://wiki.example.com/outages - which we can include in documentation, and presumably hides the internal processing of the service as much as possible. I know I can do this with redirects in Apache, but it seemed obvious that someone else would have answered this question if there's a better way to do it.
This wouldn't be used very often, it's just that for those viewing URLs it seems easier to remember (or identify from browser history) than the /display path. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction!
Sorry to "me too", but both the long and short URLs provided by default for Confluence pages are quite ugly. They work fine if the person can click on them, but if the idea is to share something that somebody will have to type, like in a video or audio clip, they don't do.
Would you consider allowing document editors to create URL aliases to their documents? Something like this, but hopefully less restricted:
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