Is it appropriate to use composite labels tied by an underline or hyphen?

I need to have labels made of a set of words. What s the best way to do it?

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Hey Sergio,

I'd go with underline, but that's only my personal opinion. It actually doesn't make difference, but I'd say it is important that you create your own pattern, and stick to it.

Cheers.

Thanks, Jeison

Now, a problem I ve had with using any of both is that the autocomplete function in Confluence 4.2 doesn t work. The composite labels don t appear.

Is there a solution for that, or is it a case to be resolved in later versions?

Bye

Hi Sergio,

It should be working. I just tested in my own instance (v.4.2), and it worked perfectly. You should raise a ticket at support.atlassian.com to have this resolved for you.

Cheers

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