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Session information

Introduction

This session of the workshop covers the definition of the intranet's navigation structure. In this interactive session, participants from various departments and groups work together, using card sorting, to define a customizable navigation structure for the company's intranet.

Important: To develop a clear navigation structure, the user profile must be defined. Therefore, Linchpin User Profiles is covered first in this workshop.

 

On this page

Presentation - slides for this workshop

Workshop results

At the end of this session, you will have defined the navigation structure of your intranet as well as customized this navigation for different user groups. You should have the following table completely filled in for each navigation item.

Defined navigation structure

Menu structure

Customization: Assignment by profile attributes

Linked page (related to the menu item(warning))

The menu structure represents the navigation in the top menu through to third level menu items (e.g. through to the Menu item column)

Navigation can be personalized. This customization can be done based on up to three profile attributes e.g. location, language, and department.

The linked page is where the menu item links to. A user will see this linked page when they click on the menu item.

Main menu item

Category

Menu item

Profile attribute 1

Profile attribute 2

Profile attribute 3

Link

 

 

 

 


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