How do I use the Pages Index Page?
You can view all your pages in your course on the Pages Index Page. As an instructor, you can add new pages, edit pages, and manage page settings.
In Course Navigation, click the Pages link.
View Front Page
Pages is designed to open to the designated front page for the course. Global settings are at the top of the page , followed by the individual page content .
You can also use the Front Page for the course home page.
Note: If your course does not yet have a front page, Pages will open to the Pages Index Page.
View Pages Global Settings
View All Pages
To view the Pages Index from the Front Page or any individual page, click the View All Pages button.
View Pages Index Page
The Pages Index has one global function at the top of the page, which is to add new Pages .
The rest of the Index displays the individual pages created in Canvas . Your front page is identified with a gray Front Page tag .
Pages displays the page title, creation date, and last edit of each page in your course. Pages are arranged in alphabetical order. You can view the pages within the Index in ascending or descending order by clicking the arrow next to the heading.
Manage Individual Pages
For each individual page, you can use the settings drop-down menu  to edit the page title or delete the page. You can also set any page as your front page through the page settings.
To edit a page or change the page name, click the name of the page .
Note: If a page has not been published, you cannot set it as your Front Page.
View Blueprint Course
If your course includes Blueprint icons, your course is associated with a blueprint course. Blueprint Courses are courses managed as a template and may contain locked objects managed by a Canvas admin, course designer, or other instructor.
The Course Details tab in Course Settings will tell you if your course is a blueprint course. Most commonly, your course will not be a blueprint course and you can only manage unlocked content in your course. If your course is a blueprint course, you can lock and sync course content to associated courses.