If you set up an Enterprise group project (see [Upgrading to a Group Project](🔗)), you can use that project to configure a global docs portal or landing page that your users can use to view and search all your doc projects.
Your group project is only a shell for your other projects; it contains no documentation pages itself. However, it does have one page to display: a global landing page. By default, your group project comes with an almost entirely blank global landing page. It includes a search field for all child projects, links to your child projects, and little else. To populate it, you will need to either:
Design the page and have a front-end developer at your organization create the source code of the page for you.
Redirect to one of your existing project's landing pages as your new global landing page
Redirect to any custom landing page that you serve yourself.
Global Landing Page Code Restrictions
To configure ReadMe to use your global landing page:
Go to dash.readme.io/group/`
copy and paste your source code into the Global Landing Page field.
add a link to the URL of the page you wish to display in the Redirect Instead field.
## Templating in the global landing page
The global landing page now allows you to utilize a templating engine called [Liquid](🔗) to build out your HTML. That means you can have access to and iterate over child projects and their categories and pages.
With this new syntax, you will have access to these properties