Hello all. We are looking for a certain kind of functionality - the closest we have gotten is with the anchor function, but there is a lot of additional legwork involved for what we want to do, and so thought it might be best to ask around for alternatives.
Basically, we want to be able to create an "anchor" in a text as a marker, which flags a paragraph to be reviewed, updated, whatever, and have the anchors already automatically collected/listed together somewhere. Basically flagging things to be taken care of, but being able to work with just a list of links to be able to jump to each part quickly, without having to manually make the anchor link for each individual one. Kind of like labels for parts on a page. Is there any kind of plugins or other macros that can do something like this?
The multi-excerpt plugin almost does what you need. What it doesn't do (I believe) is allow for auto-collection of the excerpts onto the "index" page. You would need to manually mark the text to be collected as inside an excerpt, then place the excerpt include on the index page.
Take a look at it though. I've never used the Confluence Cloud version of multi-excerpt.
Thank you for the information :) It is indeed closer to what we are looking for. However, it seems like it is created with the intention of being built into the page from the start, since it appears as a box you THEN put content in. We are wanting to use it more as a tool whilst reviewing and flagging already existing content. If there are any other tools similar to this, please feel free to share, thank you!
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