Our Aunt Bertha main navigation bar displays 10 categories from left to right based on what services we found most people were looking for (i.e. most people are seeking food and housing, so food and housing are the ones farthest to the left).
If your organization is focused on other categories of services to help your population, you can decide the category and subcategory names and icons that make up the main navigation bar. This includes adding, removing, and reordering the categories and subcategories. Below is an example of a customer’s configured navigation bar.
Your top navigation menu can list up to 10 categories, and each category item can have up to 9 subcategories beneath each category that are mapped to relevant service tags or keywords. See the Open Eligibility page for the full Aunt Bertha taxonomy.
You can review details, the implementation process and the menu icon options in the Configured Navigation Guide below.
If you're interested in a Configured Navigation for your site, please contact your Customer Success Manager.