Hello @Aneliya Ivanova ! Thank you for sharing here with our Community.
After I read your question, I am not sure what is the final result needed in your environment.
The macro called “Table of Contents” is used to display headings that have been placed on a page. You can get more details about the macro here:
Currently, Headings are the only form of anchors that are available natively in Confluence. Every time you place a new heading, a link pointing to that very heading is created. You can check more about links and anchors here:
I still do not fully understand the meaning of “displaying only the Anchor macro steps”. With this in mind, please allow me to ask you a few questions:
- What does “displaying only the Anchor macro steps” mean?
- Are you creating a step by step guide and each step is under a different heading?
- Would it be possible for you to describe a little more of the final result that you need to implement?
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