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I am looking for a solution for the following problem: We have a horizontal main navigation showing some of the most important topics covered by the website and a tab called "All Topics". So far so good, but we like to show another tab containing further navigational items . We do not want to call it "More ..." because it does not make sense calling it like this after already having the option "All Topics":

wireframe example

Any ideas how to name the last tab? It contains items "Videos", "Popular Posts", "FAQ", "Community".

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  1. Discover more
  2. Rest
  3. Expand
  4. On the edge

hmm.... I just thought these in a minute....

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This is really just different words, can you provide some explanation as to why these are more suitable than 'more'? –  JonW Dec 19 '12 at 8:47
    
@anilkumble789 Thanks, I like "Discover more". I think we will try that. –  Steffen Kastner Dec 20 '12 at 11:51
    
@JonW We want to avoid the term "More" because during usability tests it confused users: They were wondering what more is to come after having the tab before named "All Topics". –  Steffen Kastner Dec 20 '12 at 11:53

I would argue that your solution is fine.

Your site revolves around providing content on a set of topics. The most popular topics a user can visit have their dedicated tab, the rest of the topics are however displayed in another tab where all topics are listed.

The rest of the site; Contact, FAQ, About etc, that isn't part of a topic must be accessible also though. Having a dropdown labelled More is fine for this, showing content that can't be ordered in any of the topics.

However, if you still want to change it I would suggest Other -- Cueing that there is content that differs from the main content.

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