The communities.html page works as a sitemap for the overall repository. It can be accessed through the Collections link in the repository sidebar and also typically via a “Research unit, center, or department” or similar link on the homepage.
By default, the communities.html page will display in a collapsed position showing only top-level structures. To show all levels, click the Expand All button to show up to three nested levels, which include top-level communities, sub-communities, and publications.
You can change the default display of the communities.html page to the expanded version. On your repository’s Configuration screen, scroll to the Communities.html Page settings under Site-Level Pages. Check the box next to Expand communities.html list. Click Update site to queue an update to display the new changes.
Communities display a + sign which indicates they can each expand to display the sub-communities and/or publication structures grouped underneath. Publications that are not grouped into top-level communities will display on their own in the list, without a + sign next to them.