In Confluence 4, I can type [ and it lets me search for pages in my Confluence to link to, which is great. But how then do I link to headings on that page? So far, the only way I have found is to manually copy the entire URL and link to that. I was hoping the fancy search function could root out headings within a page too.
This can be done by going through the 'Advanced' tab in the 'Insert Link' dialog as described in this page:
Each heading item has an id attribute that you can append to the url of the page to link directly to a heading.
However you don't need to use the page url, you can do it with the page name and wiki-markup, eg:
[My Page Name#MyHeadingId]
Best practice to use the anchor macro. This creates an anchor inside the page, which can be hyperlinked as documented at https://confluence.atlassian.com/conf68/anchors-947170225.html
I referred to this as best practise as you will have to specify a key for your anchor which will not break if you adopt the heading in the future - links will still work.
Anchor links allow readers to jump to a specific part of the page. If your article is really long or text-heavy, consider creating a table of contents or index using anchor links for quick navigation.
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