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I hope there is someone out there with some pro tips here :)
We are soon migrating our Confluence Server set-up to Confluence Cloud. As you can imagine, the links to individual pages will change in that process.
We have one department using Confluence Server heavily, where they are referring to specific Confluence pages in their tooling. For about 700 (!) different URLs. Now, as far as I know, we can't tell after the migration what the 'old' URL used to be for a specific page.
Any ideas on how we can help this department out with some sort of mapping with the old link mapped to the new link after migration, so they can more easily change their tooling?
The method I would see now is (after migration, where old environment remains up for a few weeks read-only):
Your ideas and thoughts are appreciated!