Wikis are a great tool for creating documentation. It’s easy to provide context in your wiki pages by creating links. In Confluence 3.2, we introduced 2 new ways to create links, focusing on making the task as fast and intuitive for end users as possible.

Whether you are looking for an intranet, documentation or knowledge management solution, creating links to your policies, manuals and articles has never been easier.

Smarter, smoother, faster Link Browser

The new Link Browser loads even faster and provides a more intuitive layout for new users. Launch it using a keyboard shortcut – ‘Control + K’ – or click on the ‘Insert Link’ icon in the Rich Text Editor tool bar. Four options in the left panel make creating links a breeze:

Search – Just start typing the Confluence user, page, image or file name and Confluence will suggest options as you type

Recently Viewed – Quickly create links to pages and blogs in Confluence that you have recently viewed

Attachments – Link to an image or other file that is attached to the current page

Web Link – Link to an external web page or file

Autocomplete your links

A couple of weeks ago I blogged about how creating links in Confluence has never been so fast thanks to Autocomplete. I was being serious. The video below, part of a new series of Confluence Tutorial Videos, will show you why.


Try it out now!

Not using Confluence 3.2 yet? Take a tour of all the big new features in Confluence 3.2 and test out these new features in the Confluence sandbox.

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