As far as I'm aware, it isn't possible to change this button's behaviour.
There has been a previous suggestion for this - see: CONFCLOUD-3697 - it looks like you've commented on this recently.
Whilst these aren't directly related to your need - you could consider:
Let us know if you'd like any help with any of the above options :)
Yeah, I know about these. I was hoping that this existed as what I am really trying to is automate the creation of confluence pages from say a google sheets file. So every row is a new page.
Was hoping to be able to do it as a template. but that's way more complicated as you have to get into source editing of the template page and such. If I could have just made the page I wanted to be the default; problem solved! Also, the source editor is only available for server from Atlassian and I'm not going to use someone else's from reading the reviews.
I'm not sure about creation from a Google Sheets file...
But you might be able to automate some of your needs using an app - such as Scriptrunner for Confluence.
I would investigate if an app like this meets your requirements. Using Scriptrunner as the example, I would review their documentation or contact the vendor via their Support Page to ask.
See more app options on the Marketplace :)
As Stephen mentioned, ScriptRunner for Confluence may help - you could set up a "skeleton" space that has pages / page trees organized in a specific way and use that as a template to be copied again and again (using the Copy Space built-in script). If a whole space isn't needed, the same can be done with just a section / page tree(s) (using the Copy Page Tree built-in script). Hope this helps!
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