Alright - raising an old question that I am sure I am just missing as a new user...My experience is that in the typical wiki you can use double brackets around a text and that would create a page. Is there a more intuitive way to create pages from text? My use case is to create documentation around some software we use and it has subpages etc. I would rather create them on the fly then have to create the new pages, name them and then link them back to the page.
My "[ ]" just stay as square brackets, they don't launch a macro menu or anything like a "/" does.
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I couldn't find an opportunity for your mentioned idea (right in tex) but 'Create' button in Cloud is so useful!
Have a look on using templates right on the fly (where you can also make settings).
Hope this could help you!
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