Display structure panel
Add third (hide/expand) panel to the left of source code panel showing structure of the source file based on sectioning tags.
Clicking on the chapter / (sub)section visible in that panel would bring you to according line in the source code.
This would help navigating through more complex source files, especially because there is no distinction in syntax colouring between different levels of structure (which would also be a nice thing).
A document outline is a great idea — thanks for the suggestion!
Coming from TexPad to work collaboratively and not having this feels debilitating. Still overall, Overleaf is awesome.
I would like to reiterate John's request. Just switched to Overleaf from Latexian, and not having Latexian's clickable section outline is a real hardship.
Just having a challenge bring back the missing panel for rich text and source and edit panel
This would be really great. I spend a lot of time trying to get to the correct location in my document.
@Jana Still planned!
Hi, any updates on this feature?
Konstantin Lang commented
so one can easily navigate through the doc by clicking on sections/subsections
In my local text editor (either SublimeText or TextMate) I'm very used to having a drop-down menu showing outlines of the sections constituting the whole document. This allows me to quickly jump between sections. I also sometimes use keyboard shortcuts to navigate this tree. I'm really missing this kind of functionality in Overleaf.
I agree that a sidebar would help a lot. Thanks for the feedback! :)