I can see in "page information" that Confluence keeps a track of incoming links and outgoing links. I'm wondering if there is a tool or macro that could produce a diagram of those relationships so that I have a visualisation for the Space. Haven't found one in my list, and a google hasn't thrown anything up so far.
Hello Derek and welcome to the Community!
This is an interesting request, to be able to map which pages are interconnected to which other pages within Confluence. The good news is there is an article that helps you discover all links within Confluence and where those links reside. This article, however, does not create the relational diagram you’re looking for. You may find this article at How to report on links in a Confluence instance.
I know there are multiple products out there that do allow for SQL table imports or queries to be ingested which will allow you to plot out the relationships between rows in a table. For these solutions, we would ask you to visit the following marketplace site with a preset search for Atlassian Marketplace | Diagram for Confluence.
I hope this information proves helpful and you’re able to find, discover and diagram what you need.
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