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I am having 2 options as mock-ups wherein i am here to collect your opinion on the same.

The user will be clicking the global menu and he will land on the listing page. If the user needs to check the record details, he will click on view details against the record on the listing page.

When the user navigates to the View details page, he will have a lot of information that will be grouped and show it to the user. I am having a Page-level grouping and each group will have sub-level grouping on the page shown below.

Option 1: In this screen, Page navigations are placed just below the page heading & it will be in a horizontal tab approach. Sub-navigation related to the active tab will come below in vertical tabbing below.

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Option 2: In this screen, Page navigations are placed just below the page heading & it will be in a vertical tab approach. Sub-navigation related to the active tab will come in the content area with horizontal tabbing.

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If you see in those screens, There are Global Menus, Page Tabs & Inside Page tabs there are some more details which are sub-groups. Request you to drop your comments.. That will help me finalizing... Thank you..

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  • Both are clear in terms of hierarchy. Downside of option 2 is that the floating tabs don't obviously relate to the content box below. – Andy Mercer Oct 27 '20 at 13:15
  • I feel that option 1 seems better. If Page Nav 1 is a heading, it's better to group and put it closer to the Page Heading title. Group similar objects closer together. – Eric Chia Dec 7 '20 at 13:50

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