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Charlie Shaeffer
Charlie Shaeffer Updated

A few Questions about Links on Pages

Often times my team and I would like to link to a specific portion of a DSM page. For example, if we have a few sections on a page it can be nice to link to the relevant section for quick reference later. Is there any way to do that currently? In addition, the links themselves are very long, shortening them would make it easier to post them directly to a chat.

Lastly, keeping links working across releases would be very helpful. Is there a way to make a link such that we can reference the same page in the most current release without it being tied to draft or a specific version?

In general we find links very useful and would like to expand how we use them.

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Raynor B
InVision ambassador Raynor B , ambassador

Hi Charlie,

Thanks for taking the time to reach out to our Community and share your feedback. We really appreciate it!

We have open feature requests for both the ability to use anchor links for sections, and the for links to automatically refer to the latest version, so I'll go ahead and open a ticket on your behalf to track your interest for this. I'll also pass on your feedback about link shortening. Please keep an eye out for an email regarding this shortly.

Best,
Raynor

 

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Charlie Shaeffer
InVision ambassador Charlie Shaeffer , ambassador

Hi Raynor,

Thank you for the follow up! I will be on the lookout for the request ticket.

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