The use of Tabs gives you the freedom to configure a customized layout for your app. This will allow you to give your workspace a fresh look, boosting overall engagement!
What Are Tabs?
Tabs allow for a custom navigation layout to be configured within your Workplace application. A Tab is a navigational link to a page. For example, the Home Tab links to your Home Page similarly, the Profile Tab links to your profile page.
Start off by creating a Page to link out to your Tab. The Page you link to the Tab is what the End User will see when clicking on your Tab.
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- It's best to reserve a Tab to a high impact Page since this will edit the App navigational layout for your users. You want the Tab to link to a Page that will be used often, making it more convenient to access.
- To ensure a clean look and interface, do not exceed more than five active Tabs at a time.
Style and Naming
It's important to keep the length of your Tab short, and descriptive. This will allow your tenants to have a clear understanding of the Page which is linked to the Tab.
- Names that are single words (Alpha Characters) are generally easier to comprehend.
- The goal is to ensure your workspace is smart and intuitive
The iconography used in your Tabs is a key visual identifier to what the linking page is.
- You want to try and keep the icons used consistent and cohesive to the overall look and feel of your workplace.
Tabs are a great way to create a custom look for your app! Using these best practices, and following set rules will allow you to take full potential of the Tabs functionality. In turn, this will all add-in boosting your workplace engagement.
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