User Guide

The following section explains how to use the Duplicate Page Title plugin to create pages with the same title as previously created pages. In this way it is possible to set a common structure.

Create pages

  1. For example, there is a space called 'The Doubles'. This space consists of many pages with many subpages. There is a page with the title 'Requirements recording' which is a part of 'Requirements management' and you want to create subpages with titles like  'Description' or 'Method procedure'.

  2. To create a page titled 'Description' click on the page 'Requirements recording'.

  3. Continue by clicking 'Create' to add a new page, which is automatically located below the 'Requirements recording' page.

  4. After you have added content to your page, you then need to publish it.


  5. A popup appears informing you that a page with this title already exists - the app recognises the Atlassian error message and allows you to add a special prefix to your page title by clicking 'Okay, do it'. To complete the process, you have to reload the page

    If you do not wish to proceed in this way, click on 'No, thanks' and you will be able to change the page title.


  6. Now we have created a tree structure which contains common branches. We have the possibility to assign a to all parts of the requirement.


Copy Pages

Add a hidden prefix during the copy operations with child pages from Confluence. During this operation you have the possibility to add a prefix to the title. 

Manual prefix

A button appears in the edit view above the title of the page next to the label icon.


Wrapper macro

We’ve added a wrapped macro that supports children display macro. Without this the children display macro will be in the wrong order and pages will duplicate. There is no other way to handle this since we cannot control the behaviour of children display macro.

Simply put children display macro inside of the wrapper macro as shown in the picture below.