Wow, thanks for the very quick and informative reply. That is good to know about whether the sections are on the bottom menu.
That is in part what I am trying to avoid. I have dozens of sections in my doc, and even grouping them in folders that many options can be a little intimidating for new users. Part of my goal is to limit what they see initially load the page to just a few options and then when they select one of the initial options, they are given a secondary set of option that are relevant to their first selection.
I currently only have one item on the bottom menu which is my home page, then all sections have a link to the home page to get back to it. Each section I have at the top a link to the home page, deeper links if any and a link to the previous page. If I could train users to use the prev page link I build for them it wouldn’t be a problem. But the back button is such second nature even me knowing the problem still end up hitting it often.
This brings me to one more question then, if we cannot control the back button, is there any way to hide what sections or folders show up in the menu? I was going to ask this on another thread as it would help me in another area, but if that was possible it could be a partial work around for this item to hide items from the menu that are not relevant.
Thanks again for the quick reply, detailed information, and also the glimmer of hope that it could be revisited in the future.
That aside, this is an incredible application, I have been looking for something like this for years and have tried many that have the right idea, but none as implemented as well as this. I tend to steer away from monthly subscription models, I prefer to pay the bigger one time price for a program and then pay for upgrades when I deem them worth it, or use free tools. But I have already signed up for the teams and no regret so far.