In Office, in the development mode, all classes are available as they are (subject to permissions). However, it is better to have a specific structure that matches the functionality of the app. It can set the order of classes, grouping, display on demand or filtering objects according to various criteria.
node_modules/evado-meta-navigation) used to create a convenient user menu.
Navigation data consists of sections and nodes. Section is a set of nodes arranged in a specific order. For example, main section is responsible for creating the Office side menu. Node is a link to a site page. Each node can have child nodes, forming a tree-like menu hierarchy.
Go to Studio and select Navigation sections from side menu. Create a main section. Create a articles node. This will be parent node for lists of articles in various statuses. Go to Children tab and create a publicArticles node. Select article in the Class field and select publicList in the View field.
Create another child node allArticles. Choose article class without a view, so that users can access articles in any status.
Export metadata and go to Office. Nodes of the main navigation section will appear in the side menu.