You can add multiple pages to your guide, accessed by tabs either at the top of the guide, your along the left side.
Adding and Reusing Pages
Add a new page by clicking the + next to the Home tab:
This brings up the add page options box. To create a new page from scratch, just fill out the information and hit Save.
If you want to reuse an existing page from any of your existing LibGuides, click on Reuse Existing Page at the top of that box. Then choose the guide that the page is in, and then choose the page. To make a changeable copy of the page click the "Copy" checkbox at the bottom. ***If you do not check this box, the page you create will map to the original page and any changes you make have to be made to the original.***
To rename a page, click on the page you want to rename. Under the tabs, click the Page drop down menu. Then click on Page Properties.
Rename your page where it says "Page Name".
Reordering Pages & Creating Page Drop-down Menus
If you have a lot of tabs at the top, and you find they are not in the order you would like them to be, it's an easy fix. At the top, click on the "Page" drop down menu and under the "Reorder/Move" section, choose Pages.
In the pop-up window, you can then click and drag the pages to the order that you want them to be.
If you want a page to be listed as a drop down menu item of another page, you can drag one page under another.
Moving Pages from One Guide to Another
To move a page from one guide to another guide, you'll have to copy the page over to it and then delete the original. Here's how:
1. Open the LibGuide you want the page moved to, and click the + sign to add a new page:
2. This will bring up a pop-up window. Click where it says "Reuse Existing Page":
3. Now you'll find the page that you want moved. Make sure you click the checkbox next to Copy:
4. Hit Save. This will make a copy of the page into your new guide.
5. Then you'll go back into the original guide and delete the original page.
***Before you delete the original, MAKE SURE THAT YOU ACTUALLY COPIED THE PAGE, RATHER THAN MAPPING TO THE ORIGINAL. Otherwise you will lose the page completely.***