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New to Confluence & Wiki in general.
I'm reading a book and documenting my understanding for future reference.
It is very useful to be able to use the slash-short-cut to enter a link. I can create small pages that point to each other.
However, let's assume I have 3 pages:
There is a link from Page-b & Page-c to Page-a.
Is there a way for me to generate the list of pages that point to page-a?
For example, I'd like to have a back-reference section at the bottom of the Page-a that lists out:
I don't think you can do that with out of the box functionalities. However, the good news is that you can achieve this by using a free app from the marketplace
However, you will see the incoming links on the top of the page, and not on the bottom:
Will that solution work for you?
Hi @HoumanB, there's no need to install a third party add-on to get this info. You can see incoming links to any page:
In general I agree this is great info to have that helps you navigate! Making information like this more discoverable and easier to use is definitely on our radar.
The solution provided by @Alex Koxaras _Relational_ is great.
You can use The Page Properties and Page Properties Report macro to achieve this. These macros work together to show summary information from one page on another page.
Here's how I did it -
Refer this link for details on how to insert the page properties macro.
Create Pages A, B , C and add Page properties macro to it and add labels to those pages.
Also add Page properties Report macro on them to fetch the information from those pages.
Here's an example of the Page Properties macro in the editor.
Here's what the example above will look like in the Page Properties Report.
Let me know if this works for you.