I don't think this is possible within Confluence as it stands, but is there a way of doing this programatically?
I think there's two ways this could be done:
I'm not concerned about making them from a template, but being able to do this both from a template AND independently of a template would be good.
But I'm no programmer, so I may be talking out the back of my head.
We're using 5.7.3, Server.
Cheers and TIA.
Create a Word file, enter the page names as headlines and import the file into Confluence with "Import Word Document" and the option "Split by heading".
Confluence will automatically create a new page for every headline and structure it according to the chosen headline levels.
If the template part is important to you, you can include that into that Word file as well (at least to some extent).
If all the pages must have the same layout with e.g. headline followed by paragraph followed by an image you can add that to the Word file and it will become the content of your wiki page.
For those who do not want to get into the Java programming. Try our Page Tree Creator Add-on.
Our Add-on Page Tree Creator works a bit different than the Confluence blueprints / templates. The PTC-templates are based on normal confluence pages and therefore creating a PTC-template is as simple as creating a Confluence page. Of course you could start creating your PTC-blueprint based on an existing Confluence page.
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