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Indexing Terms

Besides the table of contents as orientation in your documents, you can use an index to guide the users to the right information. An index is a list of terms in alphabetical order. Index terms often consist of three levels: Primary, secondary and tertiary entries.


It's a lot easier to first finish the edits in the Confluence page and afterwards indexing the terms.

There are two options to create index terms:

  • Using Labels: Add labels to pages, which will be converted to index terms in the exports.
  • Using the Indexterm-Macro: Use the Indexterm-Macro to define the exact location of an index term (rather than on page-level)
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