In this video, learn how to use a macro to add links on a page that will take visitors to other spaces or to pages not quickly accessible from the current page, in order to help save them time and effort.
- [Instructor] Well, many of the macros we can use,…like the navigation macros we've used so far…in this chapter, will automatically create links for us,…like the page tree, creating links to the various pages…in our space.…Well, you might want to create your own links,…like a link to a website or to another space, for example,…in the organization.…In that case, you'll insert your own links,…either on the page or, if you prefer,…over here on the left-hand side in the navigation pane.…We're going to do both.…And we'll start with our Housekeeping page here…that we've been working on.…
We do have some extra space off to the right here,…of our page tree, that we just added in the previous movie.…So this is the section we want to change.…In fact, we should probably get it formatted…like the sections above and add an area for links…over here on the right.…So let's do that by clicking the Edit button up here…at the top.…Next, we'll scroll down, because it's down below…where we see our page's title and the page tree down below.…
- What is Confluence?
- Customizing your home page
- Creating pages and blogs
- Creating a page for meeting notes
- Adding content and navigation
- Creating a table of contents
- Inviting people to your space
- Communicating and collaborating with others
- Restricting access to a page
Skill Level Beginner
SharePoint: Mobilizing Workflows with PowerAppswith Gini von Courter52m 16s Intermediate
1. Get Started with Confluence
2. Create Pages and Blogs
3. Add Content
4. Add Navigation
5. Communicate and Collaborate
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