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Duplicating pages and content

When you duplicate a page or item, the copy will have the same blocks, layout, images, and settings as the original. Duplicating is a great way to use an existing page, post, or event as a starting point for new content without having to start from scratch.

You can duplicate these pages:

  • Cover Pages
  • Regular Pages

You can duplicate these collection items:

  • Album Page tracks
  • Blog posts
  • Events
  • Gallery Page images and videos
  • Products

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How URL slugs copy

  • Copies of Regular Pages or Cover Pages have the same URL slugs as the original with a number on the end. This number shows many times you've duplicated it. For example, a copy of /about becomes /about-1
  • Copies of collection items (such as blog posts, events, and products) use the same URL slug with a sequence of random characters on the end.
  • You can change these URLs.

Duplicate a Regular Page

To make a copy of a Regular Page:

  1. In the Home Menu, click Pages.
  2. Hover over the Regular Page you want to duplicate and click the .
  3. In Page Settings, scroll down and click Duplicate Page.

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  1. Click Confirm in the message that appears.
  2. This opens a copy of the Regular Page for editing. The new page title starts with "Copy of" 
  3. The duplicate page will appear in the Not Linked section of the Pages Panel.
  4. You can move the duplicated page to your navigation, edit its content, and change the settings as you would with any other page.
Note: Content added to a page-specific header, footer, or sidebar won't appear on the new page.

Duplicate a Cover Page

To make a copy of a Cover Page:

  1. In the Home Menu, click Pages.
  2. Hover over the Cover Page you want to duplicate and click the .
  3. In Page Settings, scroll down and click Duplicate Page.
  4. Click Confirm in the message that appears.
  5. The duplicate page will appear in the Not Linked section of the Pages Panel with the same title.
  6. You can move the duplicated page to your navigation, edit its content, and change the settings as you would with any other Cover Page.

Duplicate a blog post

To make a copy of a blog post:

  1. In the Home Menu, click Pages, then click a Blog Page.
  2. Click the blog post you want to duplicate, then click Edit.
  3. Click Duplicate.
  4. This opens a copy of the blog post you can edit. The new post title starts with "Copy of".

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Duplicate a product

To make a copy of a product:

  1. In the Home Menu, click Pages, then click a Products Page.
  2. Double click the product you want to duplicate.
  3. Click Duplicate.
  4. This opens a copy of the product you can edit. The new product title starts with "Copy of"

Duplicate an event

To make a copy of an event on an Events Page:

  1. In the Home Menu, click Pages, then click an Events Page.
  2. Click the event you want to duplicate, then click Edit.
  3. Click Duplicate.
  4. This opens a copy of the event you can edit. The new event title starts with "Copy of"
Tip: If you have recurring or similar events, duplicating an event is a great way to save time building your calendar.

Duplicate an Album Page track

To make a copy of an audio track on an Album Page:

  1. In the Home Menu, click Pages, then click an Album Page.
  2. Click the audio track you want to duplicate.
  3. Click Duplicate.
  4. This opens a copy of the audio track. The new audio track title starts with "Copy of"

Duplicate a gallery image or video

To make a copy of an image or video on a Gallery Page:

  1. In the Home Menu, click Pages, then click a Gallery Page.
  2. Hover over the image or video you want to duplicate and click the .
  3. Click Duplicate.
  4. This opens a copy of the image or video. If a title was set, the new title starts with "Copy of"
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