Hi @Susan Kelley,
Interesting question indeed. I have tried it out in a test instance and it seems you always get a single section in between column sections:
So you can't add 2 separate single sections below one another anymore from what I can see.
When you add a multi-column lay-out on your page, you'll always and automatically have a single lay-out above and below that inserted section while you don't have to do anything extra for it.
Isn't that more or less what I shared in my screenshot? The only thing is that in the new Confluence editor you don't see the outline anymore if you have a single column lay-out.
When you want to add columns at a certain point, you just click the layouts button and it throws in a new section with 2 or 3 columns where your cursor is at.
You can start typing inside those columns, but also position your cursor below that 2-column section. Then you're at a single thing again, but without the outline.
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