It’s also possible to link to pages outside of Logseq, i.e. websites. To point to a URL, either use the trigger menu by typing
/link or use the keyboard shortcut Cmd-l (macOS)/Ctrl-l (Windows) to add the following shortcode to the block:
(). Between the brackets (
[ ]), put the label (name) of the link. Between the parenthesis, put the URL:
[This is the label or name of the link](https://thisistheurl.com)
Apart from linking to pages outside of Logseq, you can also use the alias function to link to an internal page. This is handy for when you want to show a different label for an internal link. For example,
[I worked on projects]([[Projects]]) will make the entire “I worked on projects” sentence clickable and point it to the Projects page.
Finally, for long page names that you use often it’s best to add a page alias. For example, you might want the link
[[PKM]] as an alias pointing to the page Personal Knowledge Management. To do this, add the following in the first block of the page Personal Knowledge Management:
Now, anytime you click a
[[PKM]] link, you’ll end up on the
Personal Knowledge Management page.