Page Links for Confluence FREE

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Supercharge your page organization in Confluence by defining logical links between them

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Use Page Links for Confluence to define logical links between pages. Create a network of pages and define the type of relations between them. E.g. ‘related’ or 'read next' pages.

Save Time With the Page Links Macro

Use the Page Links for Confluence macro to automate the page linking process, saving you time. The macro displays an overview of pages and users that are linked to the current page.

Ways To Use Page Links for Confluence

Show users the next or previous page if pages should be read in a certain order. Display who owns the page, which other pages it relates to, and if there are any other pages affected if changes are made to the page.

More details

With Page Links for Confluence, you can create a network of pages and define the type of relations between them. The app generates pre-defined link types, e.g. -

  • Related (generic)
  • Follow-up
  • Design for
  • Documentation for
  • Read next

Users can also view existing links to ones page grouped by type. This ensures that you never miss the chance to update the right pages of your documentation.

Instead of viewing the page links in a separate dialog, it is also possible to add a Related Pages macro to the page for a better overview of the network of pages related to it.

Creating recommended reading lists of your favorite related pages will be a breeze.

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Integration Details

Page Links for Confluence FREE integrates with your Atlassian product. This remote service can:

  • View details regarding content and its associated properties.
  • View all contents, such as pages, blogposts, whiteboards, databases, Smart Links, comments, and attachments.
  • View page content.
  • View relationships between two entities.

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Use Page Links for Confluence to define logical links between pages. Create a network of pages and define the type of relations between them. E.g. ‘related’ or' read next' pages.