The UX team owns the navigation structures of the GitLab product. Please review this information if you plan to propose changes to GitLab navigation.
Navigation refers to both how the GitLab application is organized and how that organization is presented to users to enable them to move around the application. Navigation is important, because it affects the usability and discoverability of our products.
We can think of our navigation as having two main types: global navigation (view projects, groups, account and user information) and contextual navigation (access content specific to each page, primarily product features within a project or group). There is more detail on this in our Pajamas documentation of navigation.
Anyone can propose a navigation change by creating an issue, but a product team will have to take some ownership to get the change implemented. Typically this is the product team that owns the feature impacted by the navigation change. Changes to the global navigation often fall under the Growth section, so consider engaging them in your proposed change.
documentation. Also add
Category:Navigationlabel and mention "@gitlab-org/growth/expansion" so the issue is visible to the Expansion team.