Navigation blocks contain Back and Next buttons which allow users to navigate sequentially between pages. By default the Back button will take the user to the previous page in the page hierarchy, and the Next button will take the user to the following page. Navigation blocks are typically added at the bottom of a sequence page.
Start in the Page management area of the Sequence page.
The basic functionality of navigation blocks is pre-defined when the block is created. The Back and Next buttons will be created by default, and will automatically take the user to the previous and following pages respectively. To customise this basic functionality click on the Options heading below.
Text or image content can be added above the buttons within a navigation block. This is useful if further instructions or explanation is needed before the user leaves the page.
To add a button, navigate to the Buttons tab in the navigation block and click on the Add Button Block button.
To delete either button, click the Unlink icon at the right of the button blocks preview row.
The buttons within navigation blocks follow the same functionality as single button blocks. You can read further about button blocks here.