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I'm in the process of building an internal tool using ProcessWire for my team to write and manage Agile user stories. (It actually started out as a quick prototype, but you know how things go with ProcessWire, I kept going for a few hours and suddenly had a pretty full-featured system. ) The way we do user stories, we have a story ID, such as "OP100", and then a title, such as "As an admin, I want to upload a PDF to attach to a user's account." I have these as separate fields, with the latter being the actual page title. These titles can get somewhat long, however, and can change throughout the lifecycle of a user story, breaking links from Pivotal Tracker. Ideally, I'd like to just use the story ID as the name / URL, so instead of "/as-an-admin-i-want-to-upload-a-pdf-to-attach-to-a-users-account/", the page would just be "/op100/". Further complicating this is that the story ID is optional (since a story can start out as just a concept that turns into an actual story later). So my ideal workflow would actually be one where the title creates the URL initially, but once there is a story ID, the URL changes to that (or even better, aliases to that). One more related thing I'm hoping to do is to concatenate the story ID and title in the admin. Any ideas on how to do this?