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linking different tabs of different diagrams located on different confluence pages


I have a problem with linking different diagrams on different confluence pages.

Within we make big flowchart, which exist of multiple tabs (subprocesses). Some steps within a subprocess can be linked to a subprocess, located within a flowchart in, on a different confluence page.

I found out how to link from one element to another confluence page. Also I found a method to link to the specific attachement.

But I haven't found a solution to my problem: I would like to link a specific part of a diagram (an element drawn within a tab) to a specific tab of another diagram on a different confluence page.


On 'confluence page 1' there is ' diagram 1', existing of 6 tabs. All of these tabs (1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5 and 1.6) contain a diagram showing a sub-process.

On another confluence page 'Confluence page 2', there is diagram ' diagram 2', existing of 4 tabs (2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4) containing different diagrams with sub-processess.

The question is:

How can I link an element drawn in  'tab 1.2' of ' diagram 1' on 'confluence page 1' to the specific 'tab 2.4' of ' diagram 2' on 'confluence page 2'?

The goal is that the flowchart drawn in tab 2.4 is visible after clicking the linked element drawn in tab 1.2.

I hope someone can answer this question.

Kind regards,



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Fabian Lim
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Oct 20, 2021

Hi @Fian Abma

As a paying user you can submit a ticket at . You'll get a faster response then on this community.


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