This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: Links
In some cases, editors are selecting the wrong space when entering a link. When we publish documents, links to other spaces are removed. We need to be able to run a report in Conlfuence that will find all links that go to this other space before we publish the document.
Not sure what you mean by "publish the document"- paper? PDF? web page? Confluence page?
Why do you want to remove the links the author has put in - is it because they "might" be wrong?
But why/how are they are entering wrong links?
If linking from on page to another (even in different Space) in Confluence,
Or any other linking:
We export the space to Word. The links should not go to this other space: they are incorrect links, so I want to find all of the links that go to that space and change them or remove them. Once the pages are exported to Word, all the links to that other space are removed, so we can't easily find them in the Word document. It just looks like text so it doesn't stand out in any way.
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