Understand what pages are, how to create custom ones and also personalise system ones.

Pages are the way your users navigate the event on Intelligo, some pages are 'System' pages that are for fixed features, some have editable modules and then you can create your own pages with our page module builder!

The pages table and its order represent the navigation sidebar on the main event. You can drag the pages around to change the order plus loads more!

To get started head over to "personalisation' and then 'Pages'.

You will now see a table of pages, if the page has the 'Modules' button it means it has editable modules which you can customise.

All pages can have their name and icon changed at a minimum and also be disabled.

Find the 'People' page and click the blue pen icon on the right.

You are now able to edit the name, icon and also disable or re enable the page for your users.

Next up lets create our own custom page.

Click on the 'Create Page' button to bring up the Page creation popup.

The options here are:

Name: The name of the page that will be shown to users of your event

URL: This is an auto populated URL of the page, you can change this at any time but please be aware this needs to be unique across all your pages.

Icon: The icon that will be shown in the navigation

Active: If the page is active to users

Fill in the options and click 'Create'

You will now be able to find your custom page in the table along with a preview of its URL.

Go ahead and now click on the green 'Modules' icon on the right to open the module builder.

A new window will popup which includes a grid of different modules you can insert and customise to build your page.

Choosing a module will insert it into the page and you can 'Select' it for editing. The side bar on the right will show all the options you can edit for that particular module. Once you are done, hit save at the bottom and carry on adding more modules.

You can drag the icon on the left of modules to change their order or click the bin on the right to delete the module entirely. 

Once you are happy, click the 'Back to pages' button on the top right of the screen.

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