Chapter and Section Display and Arrangement

Chapter and Section Display and Arrangement

Detail View

When managing your content in Studio's Table of Contents, you will notice that the default view shows an overview of chapters and sections in Detailed View. This option is active by default, and clicking it deactivates the Detail View, displaying the compact view.

In the Detail View, you will see the status updates for each chapter and the chapters assigned to each person for collaboration in writing/editing. This feature allows you to track your work progress in a quick way.
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Expand all Sections / Collapse all Sections

To streamline navigation, the Expand all Sections and Collapse all Sections buttons are located at the top right corner of the screen. This functionality offers a quick way to tailor your view.



When a section is expanded, its arrow points downward, revealing the chapters within. On the other hand, when collapsed, the arrow points to the right, indicating hidden chapters. By clicking the Expand/Collapse arrow, you can easily toggle the section's state, switching between expansion and collapse as needed.




Arranging Chapters and Sections

To change the order of a chapter or section, simply click and hold on the item you want to move, drag it up or down to the desired position, and release it to drop it into place. If you are moving a section that contains chapters, the chapters will be automatically moved along with the section.

Take the time to practice using this drag-and-drop interface. Once familiar with it, arranging your book's table of contents will be quick.

As mentioned earlier in the Adding a Chapter section, when you create a new chapter, it will appear at the bottom of the table of contents without any section association. To include your new chapter in a specific section, simply drag and move it to the desired location within the table of contents.



Tip: If the chapter appears below the desired section but is not indented, simply drag it to the right. This action will indent the chapter, indicating that it now belongs to that section.



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