Add the ability to copy a modern site page from one site to another
You cannot copy a site page from on site to the site pages folder of another site. This is crazy. You can't restructure your pages into other sites. This prevents users from investing any effort in configuration that might change. It is extremely limiting.
Thanks for the suggestion. While this can accomplished via PnP Powershell today, we understand the desire to have a way to do it in the UX. We’ll add it to our backlog.
Rob Moses commented
This is absolutely necessary to work efficiently! Page recreation is tedious and should only be done once to preserve consistency!
Trinh N. Le commented
This is really necessary and will increase the value of SharePoint significantly!
Kristopher Lawson commented
To think this was added to the backlog two years ago...
Matthew Pollitt commented
We need this to utilise SharePoint pages across multiple sites created with multiple teams in education...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cH4zZlXNIIQ - this dude seems to have figured out a way around it... worked for me in transfering hundreds of pages from a private channel to a public site!
Dee Martinez commented
Any updates on this? We could really use this especially with COVID support.
is anyone at Microsoft/ SharePoint aware of this wish???? Almost 2 years ago is the last sign of life from the admin!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This would be HUGE, please make it happen.
Is this now part of the roadmap? It's a really basic feature that we all need.
Please add this to the SharePoint UX. This is much needed to migrate SharePoint sites from one site, to another!
You actually have to vote for this????????????????????????????????????
One more issue even worse than this is that using a Lookbook site template with a very nice site page used as the home page and guess what?:
You can't even rebuild/reproduce it if you wanted. So you can't copy, you can't rebuild from scratch.
Hi users: here's your subscription, please use our M365 subscription. Here's a cool example for you. Oh BTW, you can't rebuild that which you will always need, IT's SECRET. You can use it but there's no need for you to reuse this anywhere else and even if you do....tough !@it.
Ya, that's reallllllllly excellen!!!! Ya this inspires me a great deal alright; TO CANCEL THE SUBSCRIPTION.
Are you people !@#$%^& serious???? I don't understand, is Microsoft actually Candid Camera?? All these issues are so preposterous, inane and unwarranted it actually hurts your head trying to figure out their stupid motive.
Yes msft, email me back, ask me how I'm enjoying M365 and if I'd recommend to a friend or family, I dare you.
This feature is an absolute must.
Mike Finch commented
It's been over 18 months, any update on the status?
I really need this feature
Ian Caldwell commented
Copying a page to another site needs to be available from inside Sharepoint. Using Powershell is not an good option. However... I did find a Power Automate work-around! This is from the techcommunity page "Copy Site Pages (ClientSidePage) Site to Site" "Create an instant flow, add the manually trigger a flow trigger, and add the SharePoint Copy File action. See the image below, you can choose the exact file you want to copy, and the destination folders in a separate site. I'm creating a more complex flow that uses a "template" site to copy the "template" pages after the fact when I create a new O365 group (and associated site)." https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/sharepoint/copy-site-pages-clientsidepage-site-to-site/m-p/135209
PLEASE LET US COPY / MOVE PAGES BETWEEN SITES!
It would indeed be very valuable (and time saving) to be able to copy and move SP pages from one site to another (e.g. different MS Teams group sites). Hopefully this will move from backlog to implementation soon.
Jesus, hurry up MSFT. You pay your developers hundreds of thousands of dollars for what exactly?!
Adrian Quintanilla commented
Its a needed features especially if you have a page in a private SP site and want to copy it to a SP that is public.
Anders Mörtsell commented
This would be a very useful feature. In addition to this I would also love for a move action, to move a page to another folder within the same library, or even better, the ability to move pages between sites just like you do with documents, but I understand the risks with this since it might break links, etc.