David

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    Thank you for your inputs.
    From the comments, I gather that the primary need for this feature arises when we want avoid exporting of “hidden” pages while keeping the pages visible in the document.

    Are there other scenarios as well wherein this feature can help your workflows? If yes, please help us understand such workflows.

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    Abhinav

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    David commented  · 

    I felt the need for this while designing a 150 page portfolio for my visa application, split by clients then by projects in a repeating series of template (using Master pages):
    Here's a rough example of my Master pages:
    [CLIENT TITLE]
    [CLIENT INTRO]
    [PROJ TITLE]
    [PROJ CONTENT]
    . Being able to HIDE or SOLO certain pages, based on their Master, would've been such a huge help when making sure things are cohesive across the entire book.
    For example soloing all [PROJ CONTENT] would've let me see all the title pages back to back, seamlessly working on all of those pages as a whole. These pages featured a full bleed photo, specific to each project. So seeing them all back to back as a story facilitates a better design.
    Specially after working a lot in Lightroom, which has such great filtering functions that facilitate the process of CURATION. I couldn't believe it wasn't a feature in inDesign.
    Thanks for reading!

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