Scroll Documents provides three different options to edit a document - Edit Document Metadata, Edit Document Content, and Edit Document Structure.

Edit document metadata

As you experienced in the document creation process, you can add metadata to your document which includes the Document Title, Summary, and Labels. To edit the metadata of the document, first select the document in the Overview: 

To edit the document title and summary, simply click on these elements in the document details view. Click the check mark to save your changes. 

To add or remove labels to your document, select the labels icon to open the edit labels dialog where you can add or remove labels. 

To edit the cover image of the document, follow the steps to add or remove custom cover images for documents

Edit document content

Scroll Documents provides a shortcut to editing the content of your document directly from the Document Viewer.

To the right of each page title in the document, you'll see a subtle Edit button: 

Clicking this will open the Confluence editor where you can immediately start editing the page content. 

Note that the edit option is only available next to the page titles of the document. So if your goal is to edit a specific section of a document, such as content below a heading, you must first scroll to the page that this heading belongs to where you'll find the Edit button available. 

Edit the document structure

The document outline in the Viewer displays all of the page titles and headings within the pages of your document.

You can edit or rearrange this document page tree at any time, and even delete or add new pages to your document using the document page tree editor. 

Edit or reorder the document page tree

Select the Edit document page tree button beneath the Document Outline.

Click on the page title to edit or rename the page in a document. Note that renaming the page in the document page tree also renames the underlying Confluence page.  

To reorder a page in the outline, select and drag the page to move it to a new position. The blue bars will indicate the position that the page will be placed in the hierarchy. 

Add a new page to the document

Use the blue plus (plus) buttons next to the page titles to add a new page to the document. The experience matches that of Confluence where the new page will be added as a child page by default. Once the new page is added, you can drag and drop to reorder the page in the outline. You can use this option to either add a new blank page, or simply add a copy of existing page, or even include an existing page in your instance.

Add a new blank page

Make sure the 'Blank page' option is selected, and then add the title of the page you wish to add in the text box.

Add copy of an existing page

Select the 'Copy page' option from the drop down

Search for the page you want to copy into your document and select it.

Include an existing page

This option let's you reference the most up-to-date content of the page being added to the document. Any changes made to the included page will always reflect in the document. When you 'include' an existing page to your document, Scroll Documents creates what is called a 'proxy page'. A proxy page is a special page with the same title of the page being included, and contains an Include Page Macro.

In order to include a page to the document, select the 'Include page' option from the drop down

Search for the page you want to include into your document and select it.

Remove a page from the document

Select the delete icon next to the add page button to delete a page from your document. Keep in mind that deleting a page from your document outline also deletes the Confluence page.

If you delete a page in the outline by accident, use the undo button to recover it. In addition, no changes to the outline are final until you click Save at the bottom of the outline editor.