Be smart about your links
While interlinking has always been and is still possible through regular links, it's not always the best option.
Take the situation where you are editing content through the admin interface and click on a link to another article. With a regular link (e.g.: yoursite.timelapsehc.com/a/article-path) You'll be leaving admin and will end up on the actual Help Center site! This might be the desired outcome in some situations, but we think staying in the admin and viewing the article from there is what most people would expect.
Another common situation where regular links can be an issue is when building your Help Center from your Timelapse subdomain, before setting up a custom domain. All links between articles will contain your subdomain (e.g.: yoursite.timelapsehc.com/a/article-path) instead of your custom domain (e.g.: help.yourdomain.com). It's possible to use relative links, but we're back to square one since this will break all article links in the admin.
And finally, what happens if you link to a piece of content and the URL changes down the road? Broken links.
Smart Links to the rescue!
Creating a smart link isn't very different from creating a regular link. Use the same link button from the editor and click ...or link to an existing piece of content to launch the content picker.