Ok, during a strategy session for a very large corporate project, discussion of the use of the App menu came up. During the discussion, we realized how limited we were with what we can include within the hamburger menu. The app we're creating is going to have approximately 47 "presentations" within the TLC. Then, each of those presentations will be templated to conform to 6 main categories within it, and then sub categories within that...
The problem is, once we go into one of the 47 presentations, we render that app menu useless - other than getting to a different of the 47 presos.
We need a way to add a Collection level navigation, without adding it to each individual article within 47 unique templated presentations (collections).
Is there any way to currently (or being discussed on the roadmap) to do this?
I'd be glad to discuss further w/ an engineer offline - this is an extremely large DPS contract.
We'd like the App Menu to feature the 6 categories that are going to be common in each of those 47 presentations.
I'm thinking they may have to have each pres as a separate app, in order to have the functionality that they want, and just set up a unique interface on the MDM that serves the 47 presentations.
That's correct, so that as the user delves into one of those six categories, they could quickly and easily navigate to other parts of that presentation by using either the back button to go out one level, or the app menu (which reveals the 6 categories) to quickly jump to the top of any main category. Make sense?
Yup. I'm actually working on designing a feature right now that would do what you want, but it's in the early design stage and not planned for development at the moment. Your scenario helped me validate the design though!