Enabling the sub-navigation bar of a page

Add a sub-navigation bar to a root page to give users the ability to go to locations directly under that page quickly.

An example of a sub navigation bar on a root page.

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Who can do this

Users with at least edit access to a page.

Display behavior

The sub-navigation bar will display when on the page or a location under the page and will only show the locations directly under the root page. Nested locations will not appear if they are hidden, or if a user does not have at least read access to them.

How to enable the sub-navigation bar of a page

You can only enable sub-navigation on pages that reside at the root of your digital workplace.

Enabling sub navigation while editing a page.

  1. Go to the page that you want to add a sub-navigation bar too.
  2. Select  Actions followed by Edit.
  3. Select Show sub-navigation. Deselect Show sub-navigation if you don't want to show the sub-navigation bar.
  4. At the bottom of the page, select Publish Page to apply your change or select Save as Draft to save but not apply your change.