In LaTex it is common for figures to be placed by LaTex and not right at the definition of the figure in the text. This is fine.
Yet, the referencing text might name a figure that will come on the next page/side or was already shown on a page/side before.
I'd like to indicate this with a little pointer symbol, that points either up or down to indicate to the reader if he/she needs to scroll/look on a page before or needs to scroll down/look on a page further down in the document.
Example how it could look like:
Really intersting things that we are talking about here, but all of this is depicted in Figure 2.1 (↑) in a clear and simple way.
Really intersting things that we are talking about here, but all of this is depicted in Figure 2.4 (↓) in a clear and simple way.
How would I achieve that with LaTex (new command is fine) for example if I was using
cref (from cleveref) currently?
Of course in some documents it might also be possible to not only point up or down, but also left or right, but this would be only an advanced solution.