Yep - that's another useful feature that's not currently there. I'll third that one then.
Have you tried using the Table of Contents Macro? We tend to use this a fair amount, and it does this exact thing. It comes with some layout baggage, but most of that you can control with CSS.
It works just like Word's TOC functionality....use the Style dropdown to assign Header1, Header 2, Header 3 styling...and it'll create a summary at the top...with anchor links to the subsection headers below.
Hope this helps...but yes...+1 to the ability to create random anchor links to assets in the document without this macro =)
The TOC is useful at the top of the document, but it's also very handy to have one section link to another section.
blah blah, for more information see section 8
it's worth noting that you can indeed create anchors manually. You just need to make the anchor link go to the header text with _ instead of spaces.
<h3>where I want to go</h3>
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Great feature request and discussion. Thanks for fleshing this idea out. It is filed as CS-13718.
can you please tell us actual state of CS-13718?
Also it will be fine to assign this thread to this issue then we can see actual state in "Issues widget".
This issue is not currently slated for a release, but is still on the record. Unfortunately, feature requests can only be associated with Cases and not Discussions. You can create a Case with the Support team and ask them to associate the issue with the new case so that you can track it.
I know this is an old post, but I believe you can create links to anchors within a doc using the Insert Raw HTML macro found under the >> menu. I tried it and it seemed to support these tags:
To name an internal anchor: <A NAME="redirect">Meta Refresh Tag</A>
To link to an internal anchor:Example code: <A HREF="#redirect">Meta Refresh Tag</A>
Or, maybe I'm missing some other requirement?