Double page / spread preview
I would appreciate a double page / spread preview for single page documents. That would allow me to work with single pages to achieve certain bleed needs (example: single printed menu card sheets that need bleed all around - but still show as double pages inside the menu book) while still being able to see the layout as a whole. That saves the time of sticking the pages together and separating them afterwards again.
This requests asks for a different approach, but I assume for the same purpose: https://indesign.uservoice.com/forums/601021-adobe-indesign-feature-requests/suggestions/31305193-auto-speads-into-pages
Thurid Wadewitz commented
You can already see two pages next to each other in a single page doc, if you pull the second page in your "Pages" Window and push it at the side of the first page. Then both stick at each other, which is bad when you need the bleed around them. But Then you use the "pages tool" from the tool (I think it is the third one) to push the second page with all the elements on it away from the first page (like 10 mm or whatever). This way you can see and compare both pages without them overlapping in the bleed sections. Works with multiple pages as well.