There's no way to copy a page family using the out-of-the-box Confluence web interface. I've found this plugin, but not used it myself: https://plugins.atlassian.com/plugins/com.nurago.confluence.plugins.treecopy
You can also use Bob Swift's CLI tool to do it very easily: https://plugins.atlassian.com/plugins/org.swift.confluence.cli
Here's a post that may help you get started: http://ffeathers.wordpress.com/2011/10/20/confluence-cli-for-bulk-actions-like-deleting-or-publishing-pages/
I hope this helps.
Sorry Jeff - looks like I am eating crow! This feature is Server-only. I don't understand why it wasn't implemented in Cloud, but it looks like that's how it shook out. The Copy Page Tree plugin does support Cloud however, so it looks like that's the way to go for now.
There is an open ticket to get this in Confluence Cloud - I'd also suggest watching and voting on the ticket. https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CONFCLOUD-2814
I've just tested on Confluence 6.15.2 (instructions apply to older versions as well) and here's how you do this step-by-step:
So the cloud version has less features!? No page anchors, can't copy child pages ... how can a product in 2020 lack such basic functionality? I've worked not quite a year with this product and dread using it every time I have to. Too much time and effort for tepid results.
The Page Tree Creator-Plugin copies page trees or creates page trees based on templates with a search & replace process: https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/eps.focuspro.PageTreeCreator/server/overview
You could use the Power Scripts for Confluence to solve you requirement:
It is a free add-on.
You could use the clonePageTree method to clone a page family. You can find more info here:
For this case we developed 'Space Admin for Confluence' which allows:
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us directl via e-mail to atlassian-marketplace(at)decadis(dot)de
With best regards
I found a way to export and import a space on Cloud, but be careful as this includes all comments.
Basically, you just need to export the space as XML, then edit the entities.xml and exportDescriptor.properties files in a text editor to change the space key and name. You can also edit the XML file to change the space title and any other key-value pairs that you want to change before importing.
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