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Working with Links in Confluence

You can create links to various content inside and outside of your Confluence space.

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Full information on working with links in Confluence. The following features are some of the more common ways of linking in Confluence.

Link to a Website

If you want that website to open in a new window for your viewers, make sure to choose "new window" when creating the link. Full instructions on how to create a link to a website

Link to a Confluence Page in your Space

If you want that website to open in a new window for your viewers, make sure to choose "new window" when creating the link. Full instructions on how to create a link to a Confluence page

Link to a Confluence Page outside of your Space

Instructions to link to a Confluence page outside of your current space

Link to a Page Anchor

To link to sections of a long page of content, so that users do not have to scroll down the page to find content, use page anchors to make links to those areas of your page. More information on working with page anchors

Link to an Attachment

More information on linking to attachments

Sharing a Page Link with Others

To share a page link with viewers, consider using the Tiny Link for ease; a Tiny Link is a shortened version of a longer web address, which usually will not break lines when copy/pasting into an email message. Instructions on how to find and share your pages' Tiny Links

Note: Confluence limits file sizes to a maximum of 15MB. Consider using Box to store your files. You can create links on your Confluence pages to your files stored on Box.

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