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In our Office 365 SharePoint, (annoyingly) I can only add pages from "New" menu on the site home page.

When I add pages, they end up in the top level of the Pages area. I'd like to be able to move them to sub-folders to structure them, but when I select a page there is only the "Copy to" option (see image).

Does anyone know if there is configuration I'm missing to enable moves or anything I can add in to enable this?

A workaround is to use "Copy To" and then delete pages in the root but I don't want users to have to do this.

Thanks,

Chris.

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Amending this path “/_layouts/15/sitemanager.aspx” at the end site collection URL.

Then you can move site pages:

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    Thanks, that URL change gave me access to the classic (?) view. I don't see the Move... option in the menu here though. Am I missing a permission? – Chris Jul 23 '20 at 13:26
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If you don't see a option of "Move To" you can simply Automate this stuff using PowerAutomate (refer image below). this Flow can be executed from the context menu ([3 dots] ...) you see in Site Pages

NOTE The below flow moves 1 file at a time only

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  • But what's the trigger for that flow? – icelava Mar 25 at 9:58

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