How do I set all spaces to show the Page Tree in the sidebar?

Testing 5.9 and like some of the new things, however, in order to have them we need to go to the default theme.  One issue that I have is that all spaces then default to the Child Pages view in the sidebar.  This limits the view on the number of pages in the space (unless they click more pages every time) and further to that you cannot see if any of those pages have child pages.

By moving to the Page Tree view solves this.   However, I have no desire to move through all our spaces and make this change space by space.

Hoping I am just missing a global setting to make them all change to Page tree view.

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Given no answers then I assume this cannot be done.  In the end I had someone manually make the changes. sad

I have the same question because something happened globally over the weekend that removed all the Page Tree navigation from all of our spaces.

If something could globally remove - be it by accident or intentionally - then I'm thinking there's a way to add them all back from a global setting.  I just can't find and the few admins we have know nothing about the disappearance.  Ugh.

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