Uberflip Pages: Manage your pages


In this article, we’ll look at how to manage your pages over their life cycle, and how to archive them when the time comes. 

Don't see Pages in your account yet?

Pages started rolling out in August 2023, but is not available in all accounts just yet. To ensure a smooth onboarding for all accounts, Pages is being rolled out slowly throughout the rest of 2023.

We understand that some users are keen to get their hands on this new feature. If you have any questions about the rollout, please reach out to your Account Manager, or Uberflip Support to discuss.  

Browser restriction

In its initial release, Pages is only officially supported in the latest version of Chrome. Using other browsers at this time may result in a poor user experience. Further browser support will be added soon.


Manage pages

Log into Uberflip, and click Pages in the topbar menu.

You’ll now see the page management area of Uberflip, including a list of all of your team’s pages.

Note: This area is for landing pages made in Uberflip’s Pages feature only. Legacy Stream and Hub pages are not managed here.Screen Shot 2023-07-26 at 11.32.24 AM.png

For each page in the list you’ll see: 

  • A page thumbnail placeholder
  • The internal page names
  • The page owner 
  • The URL slug (if it’s been published to one)
  • The current page status 


Page statuses

There are 4 statuses a page can be in: 

  • Draft Screen Shot 2023-07-26 at 11.57.07 AM.png
    A page in Draft status is not published online. Any changes you make will be saved automatically, but not published to the web. 
  • Unpublished changes Screen Shot 2023-07-26 at 12.10.25 PM.png
    A page with an Unpublished Changes status is a page that is published, but recent changes have been made. In this case, the new changes are not available to page visitors yet. You'll need to republish the page for the pending changes to be live for your visitors.
  • Published Screen Shot 2023-07-26 at 11.56.14 AM.png
    In a Published state, the page and all of its changes are currently live for visitors to see. There have been no changes made since it was last published.
  • Archived  Screen Shot 2023-07-26 at 11.57.46 AM.png
    An archived page is no longer available online to view. It can’t be edited or viewed internally either. It can however be restored to a draft status at any time.


Edit a page

Edit page design:

To edit a page’s design, click the thumbnail or title in the page list. This will open the page builder, where you can make changes in the same way you created the page initially, using the drag & drop editor.

Edit page details:

To edit the page’s details, click the thumbnail or title in the page list to open it in the page builder. The page details will be open in the Properties panel. There you can change the internal name, SEO title, and domain settings.

You can access these details at any time in the page builder by clicking StructureScreen Shot 2023-07-25 at 4.35.36 PM.png in the Elements side bar, and clicking the internal page name (first item in the list). These details will always open in the Properties panel.


Archive a page

To unpublish a page, you must archive it. Here’s how:

  1. Find it in the page list 
  2. Select the meatball (three horizontal dots) menu at the end of the list row
  3. Click Archive
  4. A confirmation message will open. Review and click Archive.

An archived page can’t be published, edited, or viewed. But you can restore the page at any time to edit and publish it again. 

Note: Pages can’t be permanently deleted.


Restore an archived page

To restore a page to draft status:

  1. Find it in the page list 
  2. Click the meatball (three horizontal dots) menu icon
  3. Click Restore
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