Breadcrumbs display the full navigational hierarchy for all object types. Each object in the breadcrumb path has a label that displays the object type. The page that you are currently on displays both in the page header and at the end of the breadcrumb path in italics. In the example below, this is the “Share with Brand Team” task.
When there are too many objects in the breadcrumb path or the screen width prohibits the full navigational hierarchy from displaying, the path collapses some of the breadcrumbs and groups these objects at the beginning of the breadcrumb path. Both the project and the current object page are always visible in the breadcrumb path.
For example, “3 more” in the image above indicates that 3 objects are not displaying. These items could be located above the project level or between the project and the current page.
Clicking “more” allows you to expand the full hierarchy. You can click “Less” to collapse the breadcrumb path again.
You can also use the following keys to navigate the breadcrumbs:
Navigate to each item in the breadcrumbs
Expand a collapsed breadcrumb path, collapse an expanded breadcrumb path, and open a new page when on an object link
You must have the following access to perform the steps in this article:
|Adobe Workfront plan*||
|Adobe Workfront license*||
Request or higher
*To find out what plan or license type you have, contact your Workfront administrator.
For information about parent objects in Workfront, see Understand objects in Adobe Workfront.
(Conditional) If you don’t see the object you want to navigate to in a collapsed breadcrumb path, click more, then locate the object.
If you don’t have permission to an object, it’s not visible in the breadcrumbs.
Click any object in the breadcrumb path to access that object.
The object page opens.