In macro UI tab, you can insert anchor as #<anchor name present in the page>. For more information please visit this document https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/anchors-139442.html.
Thank you for answer!
But I'm afraid I should describe the issue more carefully. The case is the anchor is placed within one UI Tab, and the corresponding link (as #<anchor name present in the same page, but another UI Tab>) is placed within another UI Tab. And the link doesn't work.
Have you ever faced to such?
When navigating to a tab, the URL will be updated with a hash reference. This URL can be used to link directly to a tab located on a page.
Include the macro "Table of contents" and use the the Include / Exclude Headings parameter.
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