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Finding old links

Does anyone know if there is a way to find existing links to pages that have been archived or deleted? We have a page that has been archived and a new space stood up in its place. However, people are still somehow going to the old page even though I've updated all the links that I know of. So now I'm trying to figure out where the rogue links are that were created without my knowledge. 


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Hey Wes,

I would suggest looking at the Space Settings for that Confluence space. When there, you should see a section called "Manage content". I would suggest looking at the hidden and archived pages section to see if the page you're looking for is there. 

I'm not looking for the page itself. I'm trying to find links on other pages that maybe points to the archived page so that I can update them. 

Oh! Sorry for my misunderstanding. 

You can find incoming links for a page by clicking the three dots on the top-right of the page. Then, on the pop up menu, scroll down to "Advanced Details" and then click on "Page Information". This location should show you any incoming links that point to the page.

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Thanks @Chris Rainey , I did that and don't see anything that says incoming links. So I guess that means there are none and it's probably people's browser bookmarks being used?

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