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How can I manage nested numbering?
1. Main Heading
1.1. Sub Heading of Main heading
1.1.1 Further sub heading
2. Main Heading
2.1. Sub Heading of Main heading
2.1.1 Further sub heading
@Ali Raza welcome to Confluence!
In the editor you can select numbering or bullet points. If you want to nest a number, you simply TAB at the beginning of the line you want to nest. When you want to come back to the main or a sub heading, hold SHIFT+TAB to bring the editor back.
Here is an example using this editor:
@Ali Raza If you want to nest their numbering you can try to use different headings. Heading one will be the parent heading, heading two will be a subheading of 1, heading 3 will be a subheading of heading 2, and so on. Hope helps
I am curious why you want numbered headings in online resource? This was a print construct for easy referencing, but now we have hyperlinking, and can send direct links for reference.
But if you need numbering, I have used this plugin when users insisted on number:
It will easily do the type of numbering you want and is preserved on export.