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SharePoint Information Architecture Principles https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/OfficeDocs-SharePoint/commits/live/SharePoint/SharePointOnline/information-architecture-principles.md
Successful intranet and site navigation experiences enable users to:
- **Find information** ΓÇô Users need to find documents, files, and links most relevant to the work they do without spending time sifting through content. Make sure to present only the most relevant and high-priority information first. - **Take action** ΓÇô Users typically have a specific task in mind when they visit a site. Make sure common tasks are built-in to navigational structure as labels and links so that they can be easily identified and accessed. -- **Understand company structure** ΓÇô When viewed at-a-glance, users should be able to get a sense for how to organization is structured. Make sure you incorporate hierarchy and structure into site and intranet navigation.
+- **Understand company structure** ΓÇô When viewed at-a-glance, users should be able to get a sense of how the organization is structured. Make sure you incorporate hierarchy and structure into site and intranet navigation.
## Get organized There is no one right way to organize your navigation links. You will make different choices based on the type of site you are creating and your viewers. Organizing concepts might include:
At the current time, only the [Text web part](https://support.office.com/article
## Test usability and findability with real users
-Once you have established a basic working structure for global, hub, or local level navigation experiences, you should test your design with real-life users. Create tasks and ask users to complete the tasks. Ask users to ΓÇ£think out loudΓÇ¥ as they are looking for information and resources. Note where improvements to can be made and then implement and test the changes again. Plan to review basic global, hub, and local navigation experiences as your business changes and grows.
+Once you have established a basic working structure for global, hub, or local level navigation experiences, you should test your design with real-life users. Create tasks and ask users to complete the tasks. Ask users to ΓÇ£think out loudΓÇ¥ as they are looking for information and resources. Note where improvements can be made and then implement and test the changes again. Plan to review basic global, hub, and local navigation experiences as your business changes and grows.
Learn more about navigation basics like how to write effective labels, how to test findability, and how to use menu styles.
SharePoint Plan Navigation Modern Experience https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/OfficeDocs-SharePoint/commits/live/SharePoint/SharePointOnline/plan-navigation-modern-experience.md
This planning guide primarily addresses *site* navigation: the top (communicatio
## Why navigation is important
-The most effective SharePoint sites help viewers find what they need quickly so that they can use the information they to make decisions, learn about what is going on, access the tools they need, or engage with colleagues to help solve a problem.
+The most effective SharePoint sites help viewers find what they need quickly so that they can use the information they need to make decisions, learn about what is going on, access the tools they need, or engage with colleagues to help solve a problem.
Even when search is available, [most viewers start their web experiences by browsing](http://gerrymcgovern.com/search-and-navigation-interconnections/). That pattern persists on internal web sites as well. Good navigation experiences present viewers with a complete picture of what is available on the site and, combined with the home page, provide a comprehensive "story" for the site.