Links

Content in a space

Table of Contents

The table of contents in a GitBook space
Each space can contain as many pages as you need to write your documentation. All these pages are visible on the left side of your screen in the table of contents.
From the table of contents you can:

Organizing your content

Pages organized in the table of contents under page groups
There are 4 different types of entries for the table of contents.
Initial Page
Pages
Page Groups

Create a new page

If you're in live edit mode, you'll spot the new page link on the left-hand side under the existing pages in your table of contents. If your space is locked for live edits, you'll first need to start a new change request by clicking the edit button near the top right corner of the space.
Adding a new page in a change request
Once a new page is created you will be able to write rich text and rich content using our editor.

Create a page group

If you're in live edit mode, can click the new page button on the left-hand side under the existing pages in your table of contents, and then choose new group.
If you're in live edit mode, can click the new page button on the left-hand side under the existing pages in your table of content, and then choose new link.

Can't see the option to create a new page?

If live edits are disabled for your space, you will need to create a new (or edit an existing) change request. Once you are in a change request, the new page button (which allows you to create pages, page groups and links) will be available.