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Is it possible to put a link to a page on another page in Confluence

I'm trying to build a basic FAQ page with links to the answers, as they can be quite involved, so can't be added in-line, so to speak.

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You can use /link to link directly to pages, but if your answers are in the same Confluence, a better option is the internal linking (because it looks better, and if you move your Confluence or rename the space, they still work)

On server/DC you could just enter [my page] or [spacekey: my page], but on Cloud you have to type [my page]()

It's quite a nice function though - it'll help you find the page and you can write whatever you want inside the [] - if you name a page that does not exist, then people who visit the page the [] is on, the link will take them to "create this page"

Thanks, Nic

I've got around the initial issue I faced by using expanders, which look good and do what I need. However, your option may be useful for internal projects.

I'd need to avoid any create links as it's aimed at external customers.

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