I work with a web app developer managing his projects for his clients and using confluence on the front end for requirements, project status etc.
I want to set up a single space per client team. Within that space I want to have a separate project requirements document linking the child requirements for each project.
So far I can do it for a single project. But each time I set up a requirements document for a different development project, it automatically links to the first requirement document.
I would like to avoid setting up separate spaces for each project because I would like the customer to have one "space" to view all of his projects and drill down from that space. Is there a way to do this in confluence?
I'm really not sure about what you want to do, but a Requirement page works just like any other.
Maybe you just want to re-order the Requirement Pages?
You can try that under the "Space tools" >> "Reorder pages"
You can try to show us some images of what's happening, so we can see this problem happening.
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