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We are creating a top level list of product requirements in a table, containing the JIRA link to the agile code task, a brief user story, and then finally, if required a detailed design. This can often get very wordy, so need it's own page.
We are creating over a hundred of these in this top level table. Currently, I appear to have to go to the top of Confluence, click + add a blank page, add some content, then go back to my original page, and then add a link to it in the top level table.
This seems REALLY clumsy. Can I not create a link to a new page in one go?
Using confluence 7.6.1
Almost. I create page stubs all the time.
Imagine you've got pages AAA, BBB and main. AAA and BBB live below main.
On main, you put in [AAA] and [BBB] to link to those two pages, but you can also put in [CCC]. When you save the page, it will show as a link (in a different colour to indicate it is a dead link) and when you click on the link, it will take you to the page create process for CCC