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There are two ways to Move a page:
  1. while you are editing or adding the page, or
  2. Afrom the space's Tree view.

Moving a Page while adding or editing it

When you move a page, all attachments and comments on the page will be moved with the page. All child pages will move as well.

To move a page within the tree,

  1. Make sure your page is in edit mode:
    • If you are creating a new page or copying a page, your page is already in edit mode.
    • If you want to move an existing page, view the page then click the 'Edit' button.
      Alternatively, you can go to the 'Tools' menu and select 'Move'.
  2. Click the 'Edit' button next to 'Location'.

  3. A dialog opens, where you can choose the known location, search for the new location or browse for the new location. See screenshot below. In the browse mode you can click and drag the locatiton by holding down your left mouse button, click and drag the page up or down the tree.

  4. Now you see one of the following:
    • A thin line between existing pages — This indicates the potential new position for the page. Release the mouse button when the page is where you want it.
    • A wide highlight over one or more existing pages — This indicates that you can drop the page into a page family. Release the mouse button to add the page to the family. The page will appear either in alphabetical sequence or as the last page in the family, depending on the family's sequential order as described below.

  5. Optional: Click the 'Done' button if you want to continue adding content to your page. This will close the tree view while leaving the page in edit mode.

  6. Click the 'Save' button.
    (warning) Note: The new position of the page is not saved until you click the 'Save' button.
    (info) To cancel the move while still holding down the mouse button, press the 'Esc' key on your keyboard.

To move a page to a different space,

  1. Make sure your page is in edit mode:
    • If you are creating a new page, your page is already in edit mode.
    • If you want to move an existing page, view the page then click the 'Edit' button.
      Alternatively, you can go to the 'Tools' menu and select 'Move'.
  2. Click the 'Edit' button next to 'Location'.

  3. A tree view opens, with a 'Space' dropdown list. Select the space where you want to move the page.

  4. The tree view is rebuilt, now showing the pages in the new space, and the current page is highlighted in its new position.

  5. You can move the page to any position in the new space, as described above.

  6. Optional: Click the 'Done' button if you want to continue adding content to your page. This will close the tree view while leaving the page in edit mode.

  7. Click the 'Save' button.
    (warning) Note: The new position of the page is not saved until you click the 'Save' button.
    (info) To cancel the move while still holding down the mouse button, press the 'Esc' key on your keyboard.

    Screenshot: Moving a page


Moving a Page using Tree view:

To move a page within the space's 'Tree' view,

  1. Go to the 'Space Pages' view for the current space. To do this:
    • Go to a page in the space, open the 'Browse' menu and select 'Pages'. The 'Space Pages' view will open.
  2. Go to the 'Tree' tab.

  3. A tree view opens. Find the page you want to move.
    Hint: Click the '+' sign next to each page family to open the branches of the tree.

  4. Holding down your left mouse button, click and drag the page up or down the tree. See screenshot below.

  5. While dragging the page, you see one of the following:
    • A thin line between existing pages — This indicates the potential new position for the page. Release the mouse button when the page is where you want it.
    • A wide highlight over one or more existing pages — This indicates that you can drop the page into a page family. Release the mouse button to add the page to the family. The page will appear either in alphabetical sequence or as the last page in the family, depending on the family's sequential order as described below.

      (warning) Note: The new position of the page is saved as soon as you release the mouse button.
      (info) To cancel the move while still holding down the mouse button, press the 'Esc' key on your keyboard.

      Screenshot: Moving a page



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