How to attach documents as children of a page

I'm trying to build a database for my work using confluence, part of which is uploading many files as children pages of another page.  Currently I am creating individual new children, naming them the same thing as the file name, then attaching the file.

Is there a way to do this more quickly?

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Ann Worley Atlassian Team Jun 15, 2017

Do they have to be child pages? If so, I can't think of a faster method. However, if displaying the attachments on the parent page is sufficient, you could use the Attachments Macro.

unfortunatly they do need to be children (thats how my supervisor wants it). I will just do it manualy then



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Stephen Deutsch Community Champion Jun 16, 2017

You might be able to speed this up by using a command-line tool like Confluence CLI or ConfluencePS

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