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SharePoint 2013 Drag and Drop Navigation

I came across a new feature in SharePoint 2013 that has not been really advertised much. This is around the site navigation management and the new feature that allows you to drag and drop links directly into the left side or top navigation.


I put together this quick video to showcase how it works.


Unknown said…
Hi Erik,

Thanks for the video :) That is such a cool feature, I didn't knew about it yet! I am going to refer to it from my blog :) Great work!
Hilel Floyd said…
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Hilel Floyd said…
SharePoint 2013 has many such interesting and new features to which most of us are not aware of. With this new feature I was easily able to drag and drop links directly to the navigation of my choice.
Unknown said…
Hi Erik,

Thanks for sharing this video.

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