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In this article, you can read about how to manage Pages as an admin and/or editor.

How can admins manage Pages?

Happeo admins can manage all Pages in a domain from the admin panel Pages section. From the management, admins can do the following:

  • View all active and archived Pages
  • Promote/demote Pages as the primary page
  • Promote/demote Pages as a secondary page
  • Order Page's navigation within the admin panel 
  • Open Page in edit mode and edit Page
  • Archive Page
  • Restore Page

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Viewing and filtering

When you open the settings within Pages you can see all active Pages in your domain. Below the Pages title and above the search bar, you can select which kinds of Pages you want to see (active, archived, and stale).

Note: Stale Pages refer to Pages that have not been updated for a specific amount of time, and will automatically be unpublished after a specific amount of time if staleness continues. To read more about Lifecycle Management, please see this article.

Pages sharing status

Every Page has a sharing status of either restricteddomain shared, or not shared. Restricted means that it is shared with specific users but not with the whole domain. Domain shared means that the Page group is shared with the whole domain (with reading rights). Not shared means that the Page group is only accessible by the owner, e.g. it is not shared.

More columns

You can also add or hide columns in the view by clicking the table menu next to the search bar. 

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Page controls

A Page can be a Primary or a Secondary page. This can be changed from the three dots next to a specific Page. A domain can have just one Primary page and multiple Secondary pages.

You can read more about the Primary and Secondary pages here.

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Editing a Page

Admins can enter the Page edit mode for any Page and change it in any way. To do this: 

  1. Click on the three dots next to the Page within the Pages admin panel 
  2. Select Edit page 
    1. This will also automatically turn on the Admin mode.

Admins can modify the Page content, stylessharing settings, etc.

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