Say I have a space with a top level page, "Home".
I am on a sub-page, "A" under "Home" and wish to create a link to a non-existing page "B". I can do this using the normal insert link function, under "Advanced" etc., but the link then points to "B" as a sub-page of "A". What I want to do is for the link to point to "B" as a sub-page of "Home", i.e. on the same hierarchy level as "A".
Any ideas how to do this?
I have tried specifying the link as Home/B or ../B, but that still ends up with the link pointing to a sub-page under "A" - just with the title "Home/B" or "../B" instead...
Hi @Henrik Widell,
Welcome to Atlassian Community!
Follow these steps to create an undefined placeholder page link:
[Placeholder Page Name]().
Returnto create the placeholder.
Thanks for the suggestion.
However, what you describe above creates a link, but does not do, what I asked about - the link created still points to a (non-exisiting) subpage of page "A", i.e. one level lower in the overall hierarchy than I want it to.
What I want to do is to ensure the non-extisting page (when created) also ends up in the correct place in the space page hierarchy. With the above method I end up where I was - the new page is created as a subpage of the one containing the link.
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