I have an example generic project kickoff/charter structure. it looks like ...
So far, the only way I have seen to use a generic structure like this is to 1) create it, then 2)dump it to a textpage for copy and paste. Then to 3)paste it into a new create structure form.
I know that I can also insert child pages into a new structure on the fly ... or by selecting a collection of existing ones. Both of these are cumbersome. On the fly requires me to do one at a time. The add page functionality in the edit structure form allows me to insert multiple existing pages at once, but in this case I want them to have new names of their own ... like Proj02 or Proj03. Also, the multiple add only inserts them in the order they are listed (alphabetical?) ... I then have to move them up or down in the structure to have the order that I originally wanted.
I only want to use the existing pages as a template ... generating entirely new structure driven pages ... with new names...from the old ones.
A function or facility for having a wiki structure template that would be like a content template. so when creating a new structured page you could pull down a list of available structures (for ex. something for project kickoff, strategic planning, orientation, etc )
This function could allow for a namechange that would allow and reflect the desired naming of the new structure based on the generic naming in the old structure. At a minimum ... such a technique could be used to simply insert a text based structuring of the new structure (much as is available now) without the cumbersome create new structure then ... find,dump,copy,paste,save sequence.
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