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Finding the source for a page using "include page" macro

Is there a way to see what page is being reused through "Include Page" macro? I am reusing a page in a few different spots, but when users edit they can't see where the Include Page is coming from to know where to go to edit the text. 

If I edit the macro on the page, I can only select a page and not see what WAS selected. How are users to know where to go for updating?

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Barbara Szczesniak
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Nov 03, 2023

@January.Ford When you edit the macro, if you select the dropdown arrow, you will see what page was selected. 

Also, when you are on the page in View mode:

  1. Select the ellipsis button in the top right (next to Share button)
  2. Select Advanced Details > Page Information

In the Outgoing Links section, you will see all of the pages included on the current page.

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