For example, there are two documents A and B. We go to the page information section of document A. Under Incoming Links section, it shows the name of the document B as a link. However, if the document B is a big one, it will be better to just point to the exact location in document B, where that link exists.
From your description is seems you are looking for the Anchor Macro: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Anchor+Macro
It will allow you to link to specific part of the page
I hope it helps!
I want to delete a page. For that, I need to make sure that all the incoming links to that page are updated. Hence, I go to the 'page information' section of the document and specifically the Incoming Links section. When I click on an incoming link, I must be taken to the particular section in the other document (the document in which the link is used).
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