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ConfiForm converting page/blogpost to html correctly

Hey there,


I hope someone did resolve this:

I have a Form (ConfiForm) that creates a subpage when submitted and saves the page back in the record. For that I created a field with the type page/blogpost.


Additionally a Jira Issue gets created (IFTTT Macro) with the information out of the record

In the form I have the field "name" which gives the Jira issue and the subpage its names.

Now in the Jira Issue description I want to insert the Link to the created Subpage so you can just navigate from the Jira Issue to the Subpage quicker. Did this by adressing 


in the IFTTT Body within the JSON


The problem is: if the name contains any special symbols / spaces the link wont get displayed correctly. I tried every asLink() function but they dont seem to resolve that problem. Is there any kind of trick I can do so the link gets converted to a html ready link where spaces and special symbols get correctly replaced?

Greetings Max 




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Alex Medved _ConfiForms_
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Oct 24, 2023

Hi @Maximilian Herbert 

You can get any property from a Page object that it defines, including urlPath, for example... or the page id


or something like



Thanks Alex! This helped a lot!

Worked perfectly fine :) 

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