In many spaces, I've found it somewhat useful to have two pagetrees in a space, with two or three "home pages". However, I haven't found any documentation on the downsides to this, and I did notice an Atlassian rep saying there is only "one home page per space". Will this cause a problem?
Well, at issue is to create multiple spaces, or several trees under the same space.
For instance, our non-profit has a Communications Operations space.
I have top-level page called Language & Style Manual. It has about 10 pages underneath with details for others across the agency to read when writing memos, for example. Then I have a second top level page called "Operations" which has sub-pages that include "Donor Communications "Public Relations" etc. These are somewhat clearly different topics though related. I could break these out into multiple spaces but it seems a little silly to have a space for 10-15 pages only.
In any case, it seems you're saying it's technically fine, but only one page is truely designated home. I hadn't noticed that: possibly since we're using Refined Wiki custom theme, which may partly obscure that.
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