I need to create a new page under 150 existing spaces. The page will all be identical under every space, is there a way of doing this automatically or in bulk? I don't have the resources to add the page on an individual basis.
Thanks in advanced for your help!
You can probably do that with Bob Swift's Command Line Interface add-on - see https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/org.swift.confluence.cli
I would think you also need the same structure in place across all your spaces - otherwise the new page will go into the root rather under the home page. If you have to move the page(s) around manually after creating them, you won't save much time or effort. I would try it out very carefully in a few spaces or in a test instance before launching a full scale "create page blast".
You could use the "Copy Page" function 150 times. This is no bulk action but should go faster than create 150 pages by hand.
There are different ways to automate this but I think all of them base upon some coding and therefore you should only do this if you have to create 150 pages more often :
Another option would be to map your Confluence instance to a drive using the WebDAV plugin and then just write a batch/shell/powershell/whatever script to copy the page to all of the spaces. On windows you can use this URL to map a drive to Confluence.
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