Balsamiq for Desktop Docs > Working with Site Maps
You can create simple site maps from a text outline using the Site Map control.
Add a "Site Map" control from the UI Library to the canvas.
Edit the control by double-clicking or selecting it and pressing the Enter key. Edit the outline to create parent-child relationships. Each line represents a box (or page/node) in your sitemap. Use hyphens to indent child boxes beneath a parent. Here's an example:
Home - Products -- Product 1 -- Product 2 - About Us\rCompany - Support - Blog
This is what the outline above looks like in vertical orientation (default):
...and in horizontal orientation:
Next to the options for changing the orientation in the Property Inspector is a button that allows you to automatically populate a site map based on the order and structure of your mockups in the Navigator Panel.
Each time you click the "Populate from Project" project the site map will be updated to reflect the current project structure.
If you are using mockup hierarchy, child mockups will be shown as child nodes in the site map, as shown below.
Links will be added to each node in the site map to the corresponding mockup in your project.