To create a shortcut link:
- Choose the cog icon , then choose General Configuration.
- Choose Shortcut Links in the left-hand panel.
- Enter a Key for your shortcut. This is the shortcut name a user will use to reference the URL.
- Enter the Expanded Value. This is the URL for the link. …
- Enter a Default Alias. …
- Choose Submit.
Here’s what I did to create a link to that anchor (that heading) from another page in the same space:
- Edit the page (where I want to insert the link).
- Select the text that I want as the link text.
- Click Insert link.
- Click Advanced.
- Begin typing the page name in the Link box. …
- Click that autocomplete entry. …
- Click Insert.
Provide the ability to create a link in Confluence that will open in a new tab
- CTRL+Left Click (Windows) or CMD+Left Click (macOS)
- Right click > Open in a new tab.
To add the Children Display macro to a page:
- From the editor toolbar, choose Insert > Other Macros.
- Choose Children Display from the Confluence content or Navigation category.
- Use the parameters below to specify which pages to display, and how you want them to look.
- Choose Insert.
[http://jira.atlassian.com] [Atlassian|http://atlassian.com] Creates a link to an external resource, special characters that come after the URL and are not part of it must be separated with a space. The  around external links are optional in the case you do not want to use any alias for the link.
In Confluence, click “Add shortcut” in your desired Space and paste the link to your Jira project. That’s it. You can also link Confluence pages on Jira projects. To do this, visit your Jira project and click “Add item” on the left, then click “shortcut.” Paste your Confluence URL and bam – shortcut!
Issue linking allows you to create an association between two existing issues on either the same or different Jira servers. For example: An issue may relate to another. An issue may duplicate another.
To an issue in the same Jira site
- Open the issue that you want to link to.
- Select more (•••) > Link > Jira Issue (or select the quick-add button in the new issue view)
- Choose the type of issue link (for example, “this issue is blocked by…”).
- Specify the issue(s) you want to link to by either: