Links to each other on the Confluence pages

I created the special template for Use Case creation in Confluence. And I'd like to link pages between themselves. Is there some way to link pages like Jira (or other bug-trackers)? When I insert the link on the 1st page, reverse link is created too on the second page. I'd like to create a custom field fot this in my template

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You can do this pretty easy with a user macro. Here is what it would look like.

Macro name:

Macro title:
Referring Content

Macro Body Processing:
No maco body


## Developed by: Davin Studer
## Date created: 06/26/2014
## @noparams


#set($pages = $linkManager.getReferringContent($content))

#foreach($page in $pages)
    <a href="$page.getUrlPath()">$page.getTitle()</a><br/>



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