This column is the intended space to create one main page component for every Page defined in the "Pages" table of the scope doc. A new page component can be created by: Adding an instance of any of the Canvas Page Template components that come with the Figma file. Detaching the Page Template component and detaching any sidebar navigation components within it (e.g., if you add an instance of the Standard Dashboard Page template, you will want to detach both the Standard Dashboard Page Template component and the Sidebar component that comes within that Page Template) Creating a new component from the detached page, and customizing it to match the scope (e.g., "Winery Portal Page" in the video example). Once your new page component is created, that component will be the 'main component' for that page's Screens. In this Winery Portal Page example video, there are 5 tabs (Dashboard, Wines, Experiences, Orders, Bookings). In total, this Dashboard page has around 16 Screens. We want to keep those 16 Screens attached to the main Winery Portal Page component, so that we don't have to individually update 16 Screens if we need to make a change that affects every Screen. By keeping them attached, we can make sweeping changes across tons of mockups in just a few clicks. Since each Screen will contain an instance of the Winery Portal Page component, we can use different overrides and visible elements to show each Screens' UI. We can also swap placeholder components with custom block components that we create (as shown in the video with the Stripe empty state example). Note: When a Screen needs to show a popup, you can combine a Screen instance and a Popup component into a single frame. This preserves the Screen instance while displaying a popup on top of it.