The Nested Page View element can be used to insert a script page within a script page. This can be useful if you’d like all the information on a certain page to duplicate itself across one or more pages in your script.
Think of the main Nested Page View as a ‘background’ page of sorts. Everything you put on this page will show up as the ‘background’ of every subsequent page in your script. You can add as many elements as you like to this page, but it’s probably a good idea to keep it simple, especially if the subsequent pages have a fair amount of content on them already.
Say you’d like to display your company’s basic information (company name, address, and telephone number) on the bottom of every page in your script, so that no matter where agents are in the script flow, they can always have that information easily at hand without having to move to another page to find it.
To achieve this, you can create a main nested page that has all your company information on it, and then you can add a Nested Page View element to the top of the page — this will serve as a ‘container’ of sorts. It will ‘contain’ all the information that’s located on each subsequent page, respectively.
View of Nested Page View element (on top) and ‘background’ info (across the bottom)