Surf pages divide your content into chapters, allowing readers to quickly find the content they are most interested in.
To create or edit a Surf page, first ensure you are on the Surf tab:
You can now add an image/video, insert some text, and choose some styling options to create your page.
Add an image/video
Click the Upload button:
Use the Upload image/video dialogue to select your image from a variety of sources.
Crop / re-position your image
If an image has been uploaded, it can be cropped and re-positioned using the Crop button:
Choose a fallback image for your video
If you have uploaded a video you will need to choose a frame for it to fall back to. This image will be used when generating the sharing assets for you Doc (this includes the animated gif and the website embed code) and the thumbnail image in the contents of your Doc.
Start by clicking the "Cover" button.
Then drag the slider to the frame of the video you want to use.
Add some text
Add a heading and subheading to your Surf page to help readers understand what your chapter is about and personalize your call-to-action button.
Format your heading, subheading, and CTA button
To format your heading and subheading, simply highlight the text and a toolbar will appear. You can then choose to make your text bold, italicize it, change the color of the text, resize it, and even link it to a URL. You can also add a personalization token to give it your personal touch.
Similarly, you have the option to emphasize your CTA text by making it bold or italic, altering its color, resizing it, associating it with a URL, and inserting a personalization token.
Apply additional styles
You can choose the style and alignment of your headings using the drop-downs below. Try to pick a combination that works well with your chosen image/video.
Finally, choose the color theme for your section using the color palette
Add, remove, and edit additional chapters
Hover over a Surf page thumbnail in the timeline at the bottom of the editor to access additional options for each page:
From here you can:
• Copy a chapter
• Paste a chapter
• Add an additional chapter
• Delete a chapter
• Reorder the chapters by dragging them
For more details on Surf page best practices, see this article.