Create a project page

To provide information and functionality to people viewing your project, build one or more project pages.

  1. Go to the page to which your new page will belong.
    Tip: Any project page can have subpages belonging to it. A page that belongs directly to the project home page is called a "top-level page."
  2. Click Configure: On.
  3. Choose where your new page will fit in your project's structure.
    • To create a page just under the project home page, click Add Top-level Page.

      A top-level page's title is always visible in the navigation tree at left.

    • To create a page under the page you are on right now, click Add Sub-page.
      Tip: You can create a free-form page only as a subpage.
  4. Give your new project page a title. Keep the title brief and descriptive.
  5. Choose who can see this page.
    Note: Your choice will apply to all subpages that you create under this page.
    • To show this page to anyone with the necessary permissions, select Visible. For example, if you have defined a group of users who have access to your project, your new project page is visible only to those users. If your project is open to the public, anyone in the world can see it. Use this option when the information on this page is ready for a wide audience.
    • To show this page only to users with the project administrator role, select Hidden. Use this option if you are drafting content that you aren't ready to share yet, or want to share only with other project managers.
  6. Select the Freeform check box to create a free-form page.
    Note: A free-form page's title is not visible in the navigation tree at left.
    Tip: You can not create free-form subpages when the top-level page is ‘Hidden’.
  7. Click Save.
  8. Click Configure: Off .
Now you are ready to build the functionality into your project page with components such as text, news or tracker queries.