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Create a Page

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Overview

Page is a collaborative canvas. It is a place where teams can share files, create tasks and events, create diagrams, add and edit data in tables, discuss ideas and concepts, etc. Pages can be used for projects, meeting agendas, planning blog articles and marketing campaigns, detail bug reports, develop financial proposals, etc. Additionally, you can have multiple editors at the same time, connecting from any one of our apps from anywhere in the world.

Pages are just one type of Document that Samepage provides. Samepage also has Task Boards, Sheets (coming soon), and Mind Maps (coming soon).

Samepage offers different options for pages including blank pages where users can create their content from scratch, pre-formatted templates, and Admins and Team Owners can create custom page templates. For more information about templates click here.

 

Where are Pages?

Pages live in Teams, so when you want to find or create a page, you need to first navigate to the team. Your list of teams can be found in the left hand dock under the Team icon. Once you are in the team your pages will be listed in the Documents section.

Locating pages in teams

 

Creating a Page

  1. Inside the team where you want the page to reside, enter the Documents section and click on the +New button.
  2. From the options, you can select to create a page from a pre-formatted template or create a Blank Page. You can repurpose any of the templates to suit your workflow, and delete or replace any of the content with your own.
  3. Once you select your option to create a page, Samepage will create and open the page so you can start editing it.
Create a page

Note: if you want to create a page inside of a folder you need to first click to enter the folder and then click the +New button to create the page inside the folder.

 

Adding content to a Page

To add content to a page, locate the floating plus sign and click on it to open the plugin insert menu. Alternatively, with your cursor placed on the page, you can do CTRL+SHIFT+P (Win) or CMD+SHIFT+P (Mac) to trigger the plugin insert menu.

From the menu, select the plugin that you would like to add. Samepage offers various different plugins such as images, files, linking to cloud files, tables, maps, videos, diagrams, etc.

You can also drag and drop images and files to Pages.

You can add @mentions to other pages, files, group chats, teams, folders for pages, and folders for files to pages. To learn more about @mentions, click here.

You can move all items on pages just by dragging and dropping the content to another location on the page.

All items on pages can be cut, copied, and pasted to other pages by using your keyboard shortcuts for select/cut/copy/paste. For more information about keyboard shortcuts, click here.

Adding content to pages

 

Creating a Page on Mobile

  1. Inside the team where you want the page to reside, enter the Documents section and click on the +Document button.
  2. Give your new page a title.
  3. Choose a page type. You can create a Blank Page or select to create a page from a pre-formatted template. You can repurpose any of the templates to suit your workflow, and delete or replace any of the content with your own.
  4. Once you select your option to create a page, Samepage will create and open the page so you can start editing it.

 

Adding content to a Page on Mobile

To add content to a page, locate the plus sign in the lower right corner and click on it to open the plugin insert menu at the bottom.

From the menu, select the plugin that you would like to add. Samepage offers various different plugins such as images, files, tasks, events, tables, maps, videos, etc.

You can add @mentions to other pages, files, group chats, teams, folders for pages, and folders for files to pages. To learn more about @mentions, click here.

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