Which sites are linked to a confluence page?

Hi,

I'm looking for a macro or a feature in confluence which automatically shows all pages (as hyperlinks) that are linked to one confluence page (no child pages).

E.g. on Page "test 1" and "test 2" there is a hyperlink to Test 3.

Therefore on Test 3 there is a macro showing "test 1" and "test 2" as hyperlinks.

Do you know a feature / macro which is able to show the hyperlinked sites? Thanks for your help!"

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The page properties will show "incoming links" as a quick fix, but I think you need to go one further and install one of the "incoming links" macros you can find in the marketplace

Thank you! That helped a lot. Is it also possible to extract that information for various sites (excel/ text etc.)? We would like to extract the relationship/ connections between the sites.

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