This is a big one: we’re excited to release multi-page workspaces.
Multi-page workspaces have been the #1 product request over the past year, so we’re pumped to share this massive update with our customers today.
Instead of being one long scrolling page, workspaces can now be split into multiple pages. And each page can be split into sections.
Here’s what that looks like in action:
When you access any new or existing workspace, you’ll see an option to add new pages to the workspace:
New top & side navigations
We’ve made it much easier to move around in a workspace. When you log in to Dock, you’ll notice the old top navigation has moved to the side navigation.
- The new top navigation lets users tab between the pages of a workspace.
- The side navigation lets users jump between the sections of a page.
Any external links will remain in the top navigation. Read more about Workspace Navigation.
Hide & show pages
Multi-page workspaces allow you to share more information without overwhelming your customer.
You can now build out your entire customer lifecycle within a workspace and hide/show pages as your customers reach milestones.
Link directly to each page
Multi-page workspaces also make it easier to share content, as you can direct your customers to specific pages.
Need to share pricing? Just share a link to the pricing page. Questions about onboarding? Share a link to the onboarding page.
Change your title layout
As part of this update, we’ve also provided more flexibility with the title layout of a workspace. You now have three layout options to choose from when building a workspace.
What this means for your workspaces
We’ve worked to make this transition as smooth as possible for our current customers. None of your active workspaces will be disrupted.
To make it easier to transition to this new multi-page world, we’ve added the option to move sections between pages.
Of course, you can choose to keep your workspaces confined to a single page. If that’s what you prefer, you don’t have to make any changes.
If you need help moving to multi-page or notice any bugs, please reach out via email@example.com or in-app chat.
Thank you to all the customers who shared feedback and convinced us to move this in this direction.
Finally, I want to give a special shoutout to my co-founder, Victor Kmita, who has been working on this transition for the last couple of months. A ton of work went into this release, and it wouldn’t have been possible without your efforts.