This feature is currently in beta and will be released to all customers soon.

Like with Surf pages, you can add, delete and move Immerse pages using the Immerse outline in the Editor.

When you're editing a Doc, navigate to any Immerse page, and you'll see thumbnails of each page in that section at the bottom of the screen. This sequence of thumbnails is called your Immerse outline. The blue number beneath a thumbnail indicates which page you're on in the Editor. In the below example, we're looking at page one.

If you hover over the thumbnail, you’ll see three icons like below:

Adding Immerse pages

The '+' icon adds a new Immerse page after the current page (highlighted with the blue number). This new page appears on the left-hand side of the Editor as two page breaks and text saying 'New page.'

Deleting Immerse pages

The trash can icon deletes the Immerse page on which it's selected.

Copy and pasting Immerse pages

The three dots icon allows you to copy and paste individual Immerse pages. Click 'Copy page' on the Immerse page you want to copy. Then, navigate to a different section or a different Doc, and select the three dots on the page you want to come before the pasted page. Select 'Paste page,' and the Immerse page will be copied across.

Not sure where your page will be pasted? Hover over 'Paste page,' and you'll see a blue cursor appear where your pasted content will be placed in the outline.

Pages can be pasted into any Turtl Doc on any workspace within your account. This makes assembling Docs from existing content easier and saves time when reusing Immerse pages. Content pinning stays the same when a page is copy and pasted, meaning there's no need to reformat.

Moving Immerse pages

Reorder the Immerse pages in your section by simply clicking and dragging the thumbnails in the Immerse outline.

Connected pages

Content that flows over two or several Immerse pages automatically shows as a connected page in the Immerse timeline. This means you can copy, paste, move, and delete these pages together, as if they were one Immerse page.

In the outline, connected pages look like this:

If you want to break these down into individual thumbnails in the Immerse outline, simply place a page break between the text on the left-hand side of the Editor. They will then behave as two separate pages in the Immerse outline.

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