Copying secrets to another page

When you create a Secret macro, it is automatically available as an entity for the whole space.

In other words, Secret macros belong to a space, and the page that you added the secret to is just a "location" where it is available. This means you can copy a secret to multiple pages within a space.


  1. Go to the page where the secret is located.


    You can find out where your secrets is located by referring to to this page: Finding out where a secret is being used.
  2. Edit the page.
  3. Select the secret macro and copy it by pressing ctrl-c or command-c (Macs), or you can right-click → copy.

  4. Go to the page that you want the secret to be copied to.
  5. Paste the secret by pressing ctrl-v or command-v (Macs), or you can right-click → paste.

  6. Now the new secret will also be associated with the new page. 
    1. If you use the Finding out where a secret is being used feature, you will see that the new page will be listed under Location.

Copying secrets to another space

  • This is currently not supported. When a secret is created, it is created as an entity for that specific space only.
  • However, there is a feature request track for this at Please subscribe and comment with your use case.