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Within a Confluence space I am using pages to organise different projects.
I want each project to have the same structure:
- - Grandchild page
For each of the above I have a template created.
At the moment each time I want to create a set of pages for a project I must go through the process of creating each page one by one from a template.
Can I create a blueprint for this set of pages so that I might click once and then have all the pages there? If so how would I do that? Also is it possible to create a 'wizard' (or 'step by step workflow' as the kids call them these days) to help with putting some things on those pages/giving them the correct names?
Thanks in advance
Hi - Thanks, but this isnt what I've asked.
I'm specifically looking to have a blueprint for a number of pages within a space. Not an entire space.
Ah, I see. Sorry, that I misunderstood your question.
I don't know of a page-tree-template-functionality in Confluence.
There's a plugin for that:
but it is not for free and I did not test it. So I don't know if this will suit your needs.
If you have Confluence 6 (server version, not cloud), you can create a set of template pages in a template space (only visible for admins) and then copy this page tree every time to your new spaces when you need them. This functionality is not available for Cloud, I don't know why, but here is the ticket for this feature: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CONFCLOUD-2814
Maybe you want to vote for that