If I have a Confluence page named "How to edit text" and it has an Heading 2 named "Auto Completion", searching on "Auto Completion" returns a link to the "How to edit text" page. Is there a way to also get a link directly to the "Auto Completion" heading/anchor?
click Insert > Link and then switch to Advanced.
In field Link, enter: How to edit text#Auto Completion
If the pages comes from another space, you'll have to add the space key before the page name, separated by a colon.
Refer to https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/CONF43/Linking+to+Pages for more information on linking to pages.
If you want to create hyperlinks within a page Kirstin explained it.
If you are looking for a way to get better search results, meaning search results that link to a certain part within a page instead of linking to pages as a whole I am not aware of anything.
The best approach I can think of is to detect the search term pass it to the next page the user navigates to (hopefully, a page in the results).
On page load, jump to the location of the first occurence of that term. You could get a little trickier and use JS to determine the next-higher heading tag of the found term on the page, and jump to that heading instead.
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