Spark Pages are what you use to communicate and engage with your prospect. Unlike email, Spark Pages are a living "document" that are constantly updated and represent a single place that buyers can go to get the later information from you. Buyers love Spark Pages because they know they always have a single place to go to access the latest, greatest information provided to them from you the seller.
The picture above is of the My Spark Pages view within the application. From here, you can see all of your published, unpublished as well as pages shared with you.
By clicking on this tab, all the pages, published or unpublished, are listed. The number of published Spark Pages is one of the key differences between the different subscription options for Spark.
Shared with me
Pages that have been shared by fellow team members are located under this tab. One of the very powerful capabilities of Spark are Teams. Teams give you the ability to learn from your colleagues what has been used successfully in the past, keeping you from having to reinvent the wheel for you latest sales opportunity. Not only can you see how your colleagues have created Spark Pages in the past, but you can also optionally search your colleagues' integration sources too. Pages in the "Shared With Me" section of My Spark Pages are pages that colleagues have made available to you to duplicate and repurpose.
Pages, either yours or those that have been shared, can be favorited. Those pages that have been favorited can be seen here. This is ideal for pages that you want to access frequently or where you can save a "template" that you will use repeatedly.