I havent used wikis or confluence for some years, but one of the more powerful features was to simply type in [somepage] to either create the page if it was not there or link to it if it was. I am pretty sure confluence used to have a way to do the latter at least, but cant find it. The only option I can see is to use the link icon at the top of the editing area, which is much slower.
The square bracket still works. In edit mode hit [ and wait a sec, it will go grey, then start offering you some page names, web links and search.
If you're linking in the same Confluence, always use [page name] or [space: page name] as that keeps internal links during any migrations.
I also quite like that you can put in [something that does not exist] and you'll get it underlined in red, and it's a reminder to create a new page.
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