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Organizing Collections using Headers
Organizing Collections using Headers

How to use Headers to create subsections in Collections

Written by Paloma Ochi
Updated over a week ago

Collections are an easy way to organize related documents across all your tools and any URL from the web by a single topic. As teams start creating Collections with more than a few items, it can become harder for people to navigate and find the most relevant or important item within the Collection. Here's how you can use Headers to better organize.

What are Headers?

Headers are used to label different sections within a Collection to provide more context on a group of documents. For example, you can use headers to:

  • Group documents by order of importance using "Start here" "Must reads"

  • Group documents by different projects

  • Group documents by topics such as "Onboarding" "Technical resources" "Project backgrounds"

How to create Headers

You can create headers the same way you add any documents and links by clicking on the + Add button on the top right corner of the Collection. You can also insert Headers between existing documents or add Headers to the bottom of the page by clicking the +--- button from the place you want to add headers to.

If you are looking for ways to organize by creating hierarchy of information, you can use Subcollections to create Collections within a Collection.

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