Brightspot Content Types Guide

Organizing the table of contents

Once you have a book created and chapters added, you can organize your table of contents. Organizing is a simple drag and drop process that allows you to place your content in the desired order.

To organize the table of contents:

  1. If your book is not already open, use search to locate and open your book.
  2. Scroll to the Chapters field. This field shows all of the chapters you have already added to the book, in the order they are displayed in the table of contents. See Understanding chapters for more information on this field.
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    The Chapters field within a book
  3. Click low_priority next to the chapter you want to move that chapter.
  4. Drag and drop that chapter into the desired position.
  5. Repeat these steps 3–4 until you have organized your table of contents as desired.
    You can do the same type of organization to the sub-chapters within a chapter. Simply open the chapter you want to organize, and then drag and drop the sub-chapters into the desired order.
  6. Complete your site's workflow and publish the asset.
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