You can use the Page Group Manager for the following -
Monitor if a document has pages without a Scroll Page ID
Add pages to an existing Page Group
Create new page groups
Move pages between Page Groups to fix any anomalies
The Page Group Manager has two main sections -
The 'Pages without a group' section on the left lists all the pages in the document that do not have a Scroll Page ID, i.e. they do not belong to any page groups yet.
The section on the right enables you to view existing page groups and manually add a page to an existing group.
Fix Pages Without a Group with Auto-Grouping
Under normal circumstances, you should not have pages in your document that do not belong to any page group. But there are a few situations when this can happen. E.g.
When you add a page to your document using the Create button from Confluence.
If you have document versions that were created with Scroll Documents version 2.5.0 or earlier.
In order to fix such pages,
Open the Page Group Manager from the Document Library by navigating to the '...' menu of the respective document and selecting Manage page groups
If you do have pages without Scroll Page IDs, they will be listed in the 'Pages without a group' section on the left.
That's it, we will try and intelligently assign the pages to the right Page Groups.
But there are situations where our algorithm is unable to reliable determine a Page Group for a given page. In which case, you may need to manually assign the page to a group.
Fix Pages Without a Group Manually
Create a new Page Group
If a page does not belong to any existing groups, you can easily create a new one -
Drag the page page from the Page without a group' section and drop it in any one of the two columns on the right.
You can repeat the process for other pages by clearing out the columns on the right by clicking the 'x' in the page selection drop down on top of the column.
Please Note: Changes are automatically saved when you drop a page into one of the columns.
Add Page to an Existing Page Group
If a page should belong to an existing group, you can do it in the following way -
Load the page group by searching for any existing page that belongs to the group using the page picker on top of either of the columns on the right.
Once loaded, simply drag the page from the left to its corresponding cell on the right. E.g. in this example, drag the page (v1)[BD] Child - 03 to the cell v1 on the right.
Re-assign Page from One Group to Another
You may need to re-assign pages to different groups under the following circumstances -
If two pages with the same title don't actually belong together but were assigned to the same group
If two pages that belong together were assigned to different groups because they don't have the same title.
In the screenshot above, the page (v1) Child - 01 was assigned to a new Page group when in fact it should have been grouped with the page BD Child - 01 because of the differences in the title.
If you need to re-assign such pages to the correct group, you can do it in the following way -
Load the two page groups in the columns on the right as shown in the screenshot.
Drag the page from the incorrect group to the correct one.