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Resolved new article to pages


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I have a member who has published 3 new articles but on the same theme, they are awaiting moderation. He had already created an article on the same theme. Is it possible to transfer these new articles as pages of the first published article? I can't find the solution in the options, thanks.
Is it possible to transfer these new articles as pages of the first published article?
There is no function to Convert an Article into an Article Page of another Article (and I don't have any internal plans for something similar, nor are there any suggestions similar to this here or at my private development site posted by Premium license holders).

I can't find the solution in the options
If there was such a function, it would be permissions controlled like all of the other "Convert THIS to THAT" functions in AMS. Any "Options" would be on the Convert THIS to THAT confirmation form itself (so that they can be enabled/disabled on a per convert basis... eg, include reviews, include comments, etc).
@nicodak what you are wanting to do is create a series for these articles, as they share a theme (eg internet technology). Pages are best used for segmenting and creating a separation of content within an article (subject of article is cloud computing, and you have pages for AWS, Azure and Google Cloud).

Separate articles within a series are better for pageviews than a paginated article; paginated articles are better when it is a long article and segmenting the individual content sections helps the flow of the article.

Merging articles would also be problematic at best, and a nightmare for editing if there is cross over of content within each article. If the article is written to be self-contained and covers a similar subject, it is just going to ruin the overall flow and readability of the article.