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Pages help you present additional information to users. By placing pages within an application menu, you can provide users with resources that are relevant to their roles.

You can group interface components, such as fields, controls, or sections, into reusable pages. When you add a page to a menu, the page appears in the navigation pane. Depending on access and persona settings, you can control the visibility of the page, and limit it to specific users.

For example, a portal for managers might include a page that contains a list of case workers and their workloads. By choosing to store this information on a separate page that is available only to a single user group, you provide managers with improved insight into resource allocation, and simultaneously maintain a cleaner, clearer interface for all the other users.

  • Default pages

    Pages in portals can help you provide users with the tools that they need to efficiently plan work and complete common management tasks. By using out-of-the box components, you can set up a functional work environment with minimal effort.

  • Creating a landing page for an application

    Build an application that matches the needs of your users by configuring custom landing pages. You can populate the pages with fields, controls, and resources that improve user efficiency and workflows.

  • Removing a landing page from an application

    Keep the content of your portal concise and relevant by removing obsolete pages. By disabling an existing landing page, you ensure that users cannot add it to their menus.

  • Configuring page access settings in bulk

    For example, you can decide that a page with employee reviews is only visible to a manager persona.

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