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The Site Navigation page is where you configure the main navigation for the Web Office. Links are nested in folders creating two-tier navigation. The default configuration features a selection of pages organized in such a way that associates can easily find the tools they need to succeed. With the Site Navigation page, you can customize the folder names, link name, icons, and pages linked to best enable your associates.
Read more: 2.1. Adding Web Office Navigation Links
In Web Office Admin, navigate to: Web Office Configuration > Site Navigation.
Click + ADD NEW, then select Add Link.
The Add Link pop-up window opens.
Optionally, select the Parent Folder (Top-Level Link) that will create a dropdown in the navigation bar.
Enter the Link Name.
This is typically the name of the page being linked.
Enter Link URL for where the link takes you when clicked. This can be an external or internal link.
- For internal: Type the relative path to a Web Office page (the page name preceded by a forward slash, i.e.,
- For external: Enter the full URL (i.e.
Check the Open in New Window checkbox to open the link in a new browser tab when clicked.
This is recommended for external links.
The rest of the settings are Multi-Faceted Configuration (MFC).
Enter your specific configurations for who can view the link.
Step-by-step guide: How to Configure a Page Element in Web Office Admin with MFC
When finished, click SAVE.
You now know how to add a link to the Web Office navigation bar with Web Office Admin.