This is getting frustrating, with the "regressive" functionality. I swear On-prem/data center used to permit including pages from different spaces. Now, no, can't do it.
How can I include a page in two different spaces, single-sourcing, in other words?
If you are now using Confluence Cloud you have one macro to do that.
When you are editing your page start typing "/include" and you will get two macros, one to include a full page from the same or other space and other to include an excerpt of a page.
While I appreciate the timeliness, that's not what I asked. The problem, that I already figured out through trial and error, is the documentation could be expanded to describe the different ways one can include a page - smart search, hyperlinks, and by SPACEKEY/Pagename. I had to figure that all out myself and for a few minutes thought I was not going to be able to link page from Space 1 into Space 2.
Well, found my own answer but it's still annoying that this isn't obvious, unless you're a power user and already know these things, so I'll leave this open.
YES!!! You can link to another space page, but it's not obvious.
You'll need the target linked from space key and page name.
In the include dialog, type it like this:
Spacekey+slash is the key here. Atlassian, you might want to consider documenting your functionality.
Alternately, you can just grab the URL and that works also. However, again, might be helpful if the documentation mentioned this!
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