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Is it possible to see which pages are referring to a certain page?

Would be nice to know how important a certain page is within the knowlegde network.

Also in case you want to restructure or redesign a page or remove certain information from a page it is relevant to understand who apparently are using that specific page.

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Hi Benjamin, 

Your question is about Confluence, correct?

You can click the three dots in the top right corner and choose "Page information" to see a list of incoming links. 

If you're using the Server version, it looks like there's also a free plugin you can use to put this list in the page itself: 

https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/net.wimpi.confluence.incoming/server/overview

Hope this helps!

Hi Susan, 

Thanks for the fast response. I am indeed talking about the cloud version of confluence.

I tried the option of page information as I would expect that information there, but didn't see the incoming links. After your remark I checked again and noticed he only gives the information if there are any ;) I was stupid to start with a page which didn't have it.

Thanks for your help!

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