Let’s see how to add a new page to your Intranet site, when you have the right permission level.
We take the Intranet site of the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (CAHSS) as an example.
Go to the Intranet site in which you want to add a new page
Watch out for sites and sub-sites. Check the Intranet site URL and see which level you are at.
For example, the College’s Intranet site is at https://uoe.sharepoint.com/sites/hss/ . The ECA’s Intranet site is at https://uoe.sharepoint.com/sites/hss/eca/ . Like all other CAHSS school’s Intranet sites, it is a subsite of the CAHSS top-level site.
Similarly, you will have many sub-sites locally, and sub-sites of sub-sites.
Add a new page to your Intranet site, in four steps
The sequence of screen capture images below will take you along the process to add a new page to your Intranet page.
TIP: If you click on one of the images, you will see a full size version of the image. Press the back button in your browser to come back to where you were.
1 – Start from your Intranet site’s homepage
2 – Access your Intranet site’s ‘Site Pages’ library
3 – Use your Intranet site’s Pages library
Before you even create a new page, you now have a comprehensive view of your site’s page contents. Now is a great opportunity for you to check that the page you are going to create is not already set up in your Intranet site.
4 – Alternative way to create a new page in your Intranet site
As often with SharePoint, there is more than one way to achieve your goal.
Here, the alternative way to create a new page is to go to the ‘Files’ tab in the top left corner, and click on the ‘New document’ icon.
Are you interested in creating a wiki page or a web part page? Click on the down arrow by ‘New Document’. Then, select the page type you want to use for your new page.