We have been adding a lot of pages by now and every time we started from scratch; but we don't have to. When you find yourself creating the same page structure over again, or you want your users to use the same structure for reasons of consistency, templates are the answer.
Templates are predefined pages that can be used as a scaffold when you are creating pages. Only new pages can be created from a template, and when a template is used the new page will contain the same content as the template. Templates are very useful when you want a uniform style or format for your pages.
When there are templates available, you can start using them to create new pages. When you create a page based on a template, Confluence will copy the following content and information to the new page:
Text and styles
Layouts and other formatting
Displayed media such as images or videos
The newly created page is not connected in any way to the original template; changes made to the template...