In this video, learn how to add a navigation map to a page that will be based on an existing label used in the space for easy navigation to the associated page. Also learn how to add horizontal rules to create separation.
- [Instructor] Another bit of navigation…that can help people who are visiting your space…is something called a page tree,…where they can quickly jump to specific pages…and see them all in one place,…as opposed to going over here to the left-hand side,…selecting pages, navigating through them,…and selecting them from there.…Let's take a look at that macro we can insert…onto our home page here,…with overview selected under housekeeping,…we're going to go back up to the edit button here.…Give it a click.…All right, the next thing we're going to do…is decide where we want this page tree to go.…
And I'm thinking it should actually go…before the attachments.…And we do have a blank section here,…so I'm going to click in that empty section,…and I want to move it up.…So we need to go up to the page layout button, select it.…That gives us access to the move up and down options…for the selected section.…Let's move it up.…So now, the empty section is above our attachments,…and this is exactly where I want the page tree to go.…
- 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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