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Wiki page to another site

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It is possible to transfer one wiki page from one site to another? So I wont re make the same page again and again.

 

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No option to choose another site

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Does SharePoint support this kind of feature? I am using M365 Business Basic by the way :)

 

 

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Hi @gmj12345 - there's no 'copy' function like in a Document Library, but you can build a quick Power Automate flow - Copy SharePoint page between sites with Power Automate (tomriha.com)

 

Hope that helps.

Hi @Kelly_Edinger 

 

what to choose if I only want to copy one SharePoint wiki page to another SharePoint site?

 

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Also have you tried the given link?

 

It's the same process regardless of page count. And yes, I have used the instructions from that link. And you may only need one page copied now, but you can copy (or edit) that flow for future use against different page libraries.

@Kelly_Edinger 

 

What to choose here?

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Complete a custom action for the selected file

@Kelly_Edinger 

 

That you meant?

 

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Yes, after you select 'Create a flow' and see the big list of choices in your screenshot, select the 'Complete a custom action for the selected file'

@Kelly_Edinger 

 

I am already here so what is next?

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best response confirmed by gmj12345 (Iron Contributor)
Solution
Start from the Pages Library > Automate menu > Power Automate > Create a flow > complete a custom action for the selected file. That will start building a flow for you rather than landing you on the generic power automate page.

I have followed this Pages Library > Automate menu > Power Automate > Create a flow > complete a custom action for the selected file but after selecting 

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complete a custom action for the selected file I am redirected to powerautomate to login.

 

Sample image

 

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Any walkthrough for this?

 

Note: I am using M365 Business Basic

 

@Kelly_Edinger I need to Login to powerautomate and do the thing I have created a copy task and it works

 

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Thank you for all your response.

 

 

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best response confirmed by gmj12345 (Iron Contributor)
Solution
Start from the Pages Library > Automate menu > Power Automate > Create a flow > complete a custom action for the selected file. That will start building a flow for you rather than landing you on the generic power automate page.

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