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View your page hierarchy in site trees

Last updated: April 28, 2021

Applies to:

CMS Hub Professional, Enterprise

The site tree tool automatically organizes your website and landing pages into folders based on their URLs. You can filter these pages by publish date, update date, test status, and more. You can also create or edit pages directly from a site tree. 

Please note: blog posts and dynamic pages built with HubDB will not appear in site trees.

  • In your HubSpot account, navigate to Marketing > Website > Website Pages.
  • Navigate to the Site tree tab at the top of the page. 
  • To filter your pages by Domain, Publish status, and Variation, click the dropdown menus at the top of the page:
    • Domain: filter by the domain your pages are hosted on. Pages can only be displayed for one domain at a time. 
    • Publish status: filter by the publish status of your pages. You can select Draft, Scheduled, Published, or Archived.
    • Variation: filter for pages with testing or language variations. You can select A/B tests, Adaptive tests, or Language variation


  • To add or delete additional custom filters, click More filters.
    • To add a filter, in the right panel, click AND and select a new filter type. Set the filter criteria, then click Apply filter. Your applied filters will be saved automatically. 
    • To delete an existing additional filter, hover over the filter and click the delete delete icon. The Domain, Content Type, and Language filters cannot be deleted. 


  • The filters you have applied will appear in the Viewing filters banner at the top of the page. Click Reset filters to restore the default filters to their original values and remove custom filters. 
From the site tree tool, you can also take additional actions, such as editing, cloning, and archiving existing pages by hovering over a page. To create a new page from a site tree, hover over an existing page with a valid URL, then click the More dropdown menu and select Create a child page. Your new page will automatically contain the URL of the parent page as a subdirectory. Learn more about creating and editing pages in HubSpot