From the same page

Term

From the same page

Definition

This idiom “from the same page” refers to two or more people who have a common understanding about a certain issue or situation. It suggests that all parties involved have the same attitude or opinion and that no disagreements exist.

Examples

We need to make sure that we’re all on the same page with this project

We are all from the same page when it comes to this decision.

Origin

The origin of this phrase is thought to come from the idea of two people having the same book open to the same page and reading the same material.

FAQs

What does it mean to be “from the same page”?

It means to have a common understanding about a certain issue or situation.

What is the origin of this phrase?

The origin of this phrase is thought to come from the idea of two people having the same book open to the same page and reading the same material.