[Anchor Tag] Link a word or header to a content/paragraph (Hyperlink Tag)
Link a header to a paragraph/content within the document. When custoemr click on the title or any header, they will automatically be taken to a content/paragraph within a doc. Add Hyperlink to another page of the same doc/template
Liz Radtke commented
Being able to make a table of contents that is clickable would be SO useful and seriously reduce client frustrations.
Lynda Logan commented
Our proposal documents can be lengthy. Cross-referencing with hyperlinks is a handy way for our clients to move around the document.
Maria Frederiksen commented
Make it possible to "Link" to other places within the document, including mirroring the text. Example linking to a section, that can change numbering or name during a process - This minimizing the need to doublet tjek internal referencing and link. This feature has always been in Word and Google Doc.
TI Solutions commented
This is huge for longer, complex proposal designed to automate the sales process.
Jumping to sections from the outline is great, but it'd be nice to be able to help a user navigate to the "important parts".
Wants to redirect clients to another page within the same document if an image block is clicked to show them additional information regarding that image
Paul Cedric Guevarra commented
Allow user to add internal anchor links to his document
Kirsten Sharpe commented
Just like how the table of contents serves as anchor tags for the other pages, I'd like the ability to include my own anchor tags to pages throughout the document.
Yuliya Tsiushkevich commented
button in the document which will navigate you to another page in the document
Inna Babii commented
Availability to add links that jump from one part of a document to another part of the same document
Yana Martynenko commented
The option that allow to add a link that redirect the client to another section of the document.
Vladislav Avsievich commented
Implement an ablity to create a link to a certain place in the document
[Deleted User] commented
The anchor tag is essentially a tag that you can attach to a word or a phrase (exactly like you would a normal internal or external link), except it brings readers down to a different section of the page as opposed to another webpage. You're essentially creating a unique URL within the same page when you use this tag. (Google)