Site Contents Page for end users

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I'd like to create a dynamic site contents page, the Site pages folder contains all the information that I need but it doesn't look great to an end user.

 

Is there a way to create something much simpler, basically a list of the pages by "Title" (Not name), each page then being clickable so you go straight to the page. 

 

It would mean I don't need to edit the contents page each time I create a new page. 

 

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