Looking for a master list of all of your pages? We've got a place for that! Whether you have 1, 2, 5, or 500 pages, the All Pages List is where they'll be stored.
With the exception of archived pages, every other page you've created will be found here. Whether your page is published, scheduled, or just a draft, this is where it lives!
Creating A New Page
This is where you'll want to create all new pages from. To create a page, simply click the purple "Create New Page" button. To learn more about what to do next with a new page, click here.
Once you've created some pages, you'll see them all here in this list!
Maybe you're a legend and you have not tens, not dozens, but hundreds of page. How are you going to find the one you're looking for? 😱
Now you can simply start typing in the search field and search for any page by name! How easy is that?!
If you want to sort your entire pages list by different categorizations, there's a way to do that too 👇
You can now sort your cards in various ways!
Click the "Title" label to sort your cards alphabetically. Clicking it again will reverse the order to Z-A.
Date created is the default view, so by default you'll always see the most recently created page first. To reverse that order, click the "Date Created" label.
Similar to Date Created, you can also sort by how recently you modified it. To reverse the order? You guessed it - click the label.
Cards in the All Pages List can have one of three statuses: published, scheduled, and draft. Click the "Status" label to toggle sorting by status.
You'll also notice that some pages are different shades of grey than others in the All Cards List. Scheduled and Published cards (ie. cards that are live or will be live) are the same light grey color. Pages that are Drafted are a darker gray, making it easier for you to identify which pages are live and which ones aren't.
Archiving A Page
Once a card has run its course, it's time to put it to rest. Maybe it's your Christmas page or the last women's event you held. Instead of hard deleting pages and banishing them to the dark abyss, you can now archive pages.
To archive a page, it's no more complicated than selecting one or more pages to archive, and then clicking the "archive selected" button.
Once a page is archived, it'll be put to rest (but not sent out to the trash!). This will ensure that you never delete a page by accident again, and will also give you the opportunity to raise a page from the dead! Want to use last year's Easter page as a framework for this year? Simply restore that page from the Archived List and it'll get imported back into your All Pages List.
Of course, if your heart is set on sending a page into eternal glory, there's a button for that. Take a deep breath, say a prayer, and smash the delete button. Poof! That page is gone forever (don't say we didn't warn you!) 🙏