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In this article, you can read about what a Page is and what the different use cases are.

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What are Pages?

Pages are a great way to hold company information.

Typical content in Pages might be:

  • HR policies
  • Legal pages
  • Team pages
  • Company landing page

Pages are shared with users, groups, or the whole organization.

Pages are a place to keep more static information such as Intranet and Knowledge Base information.

They are easy to build and maintain without any technical expertise. You can put together sections and widgets to create beautiful Pages containing textimagesChannel feeds, Drive, OneDrive, and calendar information.

What are the use cases for Pages?

Intranet Pages

Intranet Pages are traditional company Pages containing company information such as HR, IT, and employee information.



Knowledge Base

Knowledge base information such as best practices, FAQ, and learning/training material.


KPI reporting

KPI reporting such as quarter/annual company performance, team KPIs/ORKs, embedding data studio reports, etc.



Collecting Channels

Collecting Channels that are similar on a single page such as Channels with a similar topic or relate to each other. Some examples are a Page for all sales Channels, company clubs, or all company teams.

Collecting People

You can also collect groups of People onto a single page to make it easier to find people on a specific team or who are responsible for specific things. This can be accomplished by using, for example, the User card widget.

Event or one-off information and data collection

Pages can also be used for one-off events such as Christmas parties or company events.

Page Groups, Pages, and Subpages. What are the differences?

Page Group is a group of Pages. Page Groups can be found when you click on the Pages navigation in your Happeo's navigation menu. 

By clicking on the downward arrow next to a Page Group, you can see a list of Pages that belong to the Page Group. You can also find a Page Group's Pages by visiting the Page Group and clicking on the Pages visible in the Page Group navigation / menu. 

A Subpage, on the other hand, are secondary Pages that belong to Pages. Subpages can also be found in the Pages navigation or when clicking through a Page Group's Pages. 

Get started

Below, you can find a list of articles that will help you get started with Pages:

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