Creating a custom page to showcase relevant contacts
Another use case of a custom page is to display a page with important contacts within the company. This could be a 'meet the team' page, or a press page showing your communications team so journalists can easily find who to contact.
One method to do this is by using one or more Contact Modules. You can add a General Contacts Module for the contact details of the company itself. Using a custom module, you can even add a piece of code to embed Google Maps showing the exact location of the company (or its headquarters) on a map.
Then, add a Personal Contacts Module to show contact details for specific people, such as people in leadership roles, or an overview of your PR team. Contact modules can be both in the main column and the sidebar of the newsroom, but in this case you may want to place them in the main column.
As visitors to the Newsroom are already on the page to find contact details in order to easily reach you, it's not a large stretch of the imagination to add a form module, which can serve as an easy point of contact and may funnel emails into your PR mailbox. Another idea is to add a small FAQ for media enquiries.
If the people on your contacts page also have their own custom pages, another method of setting up the contacts page could be to use button modules or a headlines module to link to these custom pages. In the sidebar you could add a personal contacts module, some social media buttons and perhaps a feed of one or more social media, such as Twitter and Instagram.
To learn more about how to shuffle various modules around on the page, see the article "Adjust Module Order".