Tabs provide a way to progressively disclose information on a page. Like Accordions, they contain WYSIWYGs, so content within can be customized. When to use Tabs If the content within the tab might not be necessary to all users. If content within a tab is complementary or about a similar topic. If you can present a succinct title for the tab; aim for 3 words or less. When to consider using something else If you need more than three or four sections of content (an Accordion might work). If the information is critical to the page and shouldn't be hidden on load. Tab 1 Tab content appears here. It is input via a WYSIWYG. You can add headings, regular text, images, video and more. Short Tab Titles Short tab titles work best for tabs. 3-4 Tabs Max You'll only be able to add up to four tabs, and depending on your column width, three tabs may be better. Need more collapsible content? Consider an accordion.