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Currently, I'm working on a project that requires a lot of repeated navigational options.

For example:

System 1:

  • Transform;
  • Require;
  • Pipeline.

System 2:

  • Transform;
  • Require;
  • Pipeline.

System 3:

  • Transform;
  • Require;
  • Pipeline.

And so on and on, a good example of a solution I was able to find is what Jira and GitLab use:

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Doesn't matter the board I select the navigation options are all the same but the content changes.

Do you know how this type of navigation it's called?

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  • multi-level menus?
    – sibert
    Dec 22, 2023 at 18:13

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Thanks for the Question.

I think this navigation is used on the page layout called Two Panel Layout.

Refer to this article for more info. https://www.interaction-design.org/literature/article/two-panel-selectors-for-easy-access-of-content

The menu extending more child elements is called nested menu item.

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