SwimOffice Admin - Webmaster/Event Admin

To create or edit a tab/page,

  1. In the side menu click Team Admin > Website Design.
  2. To add a new tab, click Add New under the "Tabs" tab.

  3. To edit an existing tab, click the tab name in the "Tab Label" column.

  4. To add a new sub tab, first click the tab name you want it under, then click Add New under the "(x) Sub-Menus Under this Tab" section.

  5. To edit an existing sub tab, first click the tab name under which it exists, then click the sub-tab name under the "(x) Sub-Menus Under this Tab" section.

  6. Fill in the fields and make your selections. Red * indicate required fields.

    • Tab Label — This will show in both the menus and title at the top of the page. It can be up to 40 characters long, but for top level tabs we recommend keeping it as short as possible to maximize the number of tabs you can display across the top.
    • Link this Tab? — When set to YES it will cause clicking the tab or sub tab to load a different page. This is especially handy if you want to make a system defined tab, such as News, to be as though it is a sub tab.
      • If you want to link to another page on your TU site, leave the radio button set to Same Window and enter the URL of the TU page to which you want the menu option to link. For example:
      • Important: If you set the "Access Control" to Only Logged-in Accounts or higher, make sure the domain is set to "https://www.teamunify.com/" (with https and not http) and NOT your team branded domain or else it will log you out when you go to that page.
      • You may leave off the "http:" or "https:" and simply start with "//" to make it work regardless of being logged in or not, as in:
      • If you want to link to an outside web page you may optionally select the New Window radio button, then enter the URL of the page to which you want the menu option to link. Make sure to enter the entire URL, such as
    • Hide This Tab? — If you set this to YES it will not appear in the menu, but people can still access it through a link or if they have the URL if "Access Control" is set to their level.
    • Displaying Order — Its position relative to the other tabs/sub tabs.
    • Access Control — Determines if Everyone can see it, Only Logged-in Accounts, or certain admin levels on up.
    • Is this a Draft? — When set to YES, the page will not be visible to non-admins, allowing you time to work on the page. You can fill in the "Publish this page on" date and time, and once that date/time arrives, "Is this a Draft" will switch to NO and the page will be visible to non-admins (assuming the "Access Control" allows them to view it).
    • Non-Admin Account that can Edit — Optionally select a non-admin name whom you want to be able to edit this page ONLY.
  7. Click Save Changes.

See Also
Make a tab or sub tab redirect to another page or site
Add a submenu/dropdown to a tab