A page can be referred to as your Verint Group's home page or the page where an application, such as a blog, media gallery, forum, or wiki may be. The tabs or links across an Internet website usually allows a user to navigate to a new "page."
In using Verint as a platform, you can customize the pages within your community. You can add customized pages for your content or applications specific to the needs of your community.
Within the APAN 9.0 release, page editing has been moved to the Management panel. With this release, the page you can edit determines the theme you can edit.
Pages and editing options are contextual to the page you are editing; for example, an individual's dashboard displays different options from a group home page.
This procedure outlines editing a dashboard or home page. (For editing other pages, please see "Select a page to edit" for accessing the page.)
Open the header, page body, or footer in Edit Page mode. The editor appears.
Read more about Headers and Footers.
You can edit the page layout (not header or footer layout).
In the case that you saved a page/header/footer version and want to undo those changes, you can click Revert. This button will only occur on modified areas.