Don’t be afraid to use different headings, colours and sizes to break up your content. One way you might do this is by using large, bold numbers for step-by-step information!
Quick links can come in handy in a couple different places on your content pages:
We like to use icons to help employees anticipate what they’re going to get from clicking these links:
If you have a long list of related resources or documents, you can use the list web part to surface important information. The list web part can be beneficial with longer lists because it allows employees to filter and sort to find what they need.
You can surface supplementary photos or videos with the out-of-the-box SharePoint web parts.GO Feature
Sometimes you want to deliver targeted content to different groups based on criteria like geographical region or tenure. If the information isn’t sensitive (meaning it’s okay for people outside the group to read it), you can break the content up using tabs. This allows employees to select the content that is most relevant to them.GO Feature
You can use accordions to anticipate and answer questions that people might have related to the topic of your content page. Employees can scan the list of questions and click to expand the one that is relevant to them to read the answer.
Keep any essential information or tasks related to your content page in the main body of the page, so your employees don’t have to go hunting for them in the FAQs. We recommend displaying FAQs near the bottom of the page and keeping the number of accordions to a minimum. Remember the job of the page – we don’t want this turning into an exhaustive list!
The people web part links directly to a content author, giving employees someone to talk to if they get stuck or can’t find what they’re looking for. If your content is owned by a team rather than an individual, you can use text links or buttons to link to group emails, such as firstname.lastname@example.org.
Because content pages can get dense, it’s important to break them up! Using spacers and dividers will help employees be able to “chunk” information in their brains and will also help it feel less overwhelming.
Here’s how these web parts might work together to create different landing pages on modern SharePoint:
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