Add the ability to move a Doc page to another Doc
We would love to be able to move Doc pages to other Docs as pages or subpages!
Dean Phillips what is the planned timeframe? Right now - for us - fixing the issue whereby we cannot move pages that are referenced by '@@@' links in tasks (without breaking the link) is critical to our business operation to upgrade our documentation.
I have outstanding defect (bug) with this one in your queue.
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I recently discovered this limitation after finally starting to use docs for a couple weeks. The current workaround is to add a blank page, and then suddenly the ellipses button has a "move to" option. And then just delete the extra blank page you created.
I start a doc in a task and then want to file the doc in a hierarchy of nested docs and pages. Seems simple to me. But instead I see the doc in my main list of docs.
Can move doc pages right now but the pre-existing reference links break when they've been setup as "@@@" links from a task to the docpage prior to the move of that page to another doc.
I'd like to be able to drag a doc into another doc so it becomes a subpage.
A big issue for us too. We only discovered this limit recently, so we're stuck with a mess of loose docs for now.
Yes, it's super confusing when you go to move a page to the sidebar, for example, and it doesn't give you the option. Would be great if there was no difference between Docs and Pages when it came to being able to move them around.
Jake Spirek: +1 for "no difference between Docs and Pages when it comes to moving". It would be great to create a new doc by dragging a doc page into a folder in the sidebar, for example.
Agree I use docs in my business all the time like menu items and I REALLY would love to be able to move Doc A to DoC B as a sub page to create a new doc . It would be a GAMECHANGER to do that .
I actually just hit this roadblock and for information architecture, I will be moving to notion for our wiki needs. Use Case: I created a document inside of a task to collaborate with a teammate. This worked very well, I could add tasks, sub tasks all under the concept of finalizing a company policy.
After I wanted to move the document to a subpage under our Company "DocView".
I clicked move and it only shows folders, list, or spaces...
The doc view I have under our company "folder" did not show up.
Fine.. I moved it to the company folder and then navigated to the folder.
When I landed in there.. naturally the default view is list.. and the document I moved is embed into the top tabs....
Next I decided to set the default view of this folder to our company wiki doc view named "Home"
Great so now it always opens up into the "Home" View :).
WAIT... so how can I move the Company Policy under the "Home" View.. ignoring (export, import, or copy and paste..)
Got blocked and found this.
Love the rest of clickup!
Imran Brown: it’s really pretty crazy how it does allow you to move docs but not in the way anyone would expect.
Shay Smith: Yea I so surprised that I burned a lot of time, until I thought to myself this must be on roadmap!