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What are Pages in Reach
In LiveTiles Reach, the content is divided into different types (content types). The best known are "News", "Posts", "Events", and "Pages".
The "Pages" are classic content pages, as they are used in every web page on the internet. In Pages, content mostly without exiration date, is made available to the users.
Common examples for Pages content are company guidelines, procedures and manuals. Documents can also be provided.
Creating Pages and hierarchy
To create a page, navigate to "Pages" and click on the edit icon.
Hierarchies are created for each existing LiveTiles Reach Group (see Create LiveTiles Reach Group). In the example below, a new hierarchy is created in the LiveTiles Reach Group "Public":
In the case of documents, entire folder structures can also be added:
If several pages and documents have already been added, it looks like this:
In the user view the navigation looks like this:
Or like this:
On the editor side, there is a traffic light system. A page or a document which was created and is not yet published, (or has been unpublished) is marked with yellow color:
A page or a document which was sent to approval is marked with green color:
A page or a document which was rejected, is marked with red color:
Click on the three dot menu to edit pages or documents (depending on the colour of the traffic light, the menu may be different):
It is also possible to publish a Reach page or document hierarchy in different groups. Just select the mainpage (parent level) and add additional groups to it.
Pages can also include content from external sources. When you open the page, the external source is opened automatically.