The Structure view shows the hierarchy of the document being created in Kile, and allows you to quickly navigate it, showing its segmentation. To navigate around your document, all you need to do is to left click on any label, chapter, section, subsection, etc., and you will be taken to the beginning of the corresponding area.
If you included a separate LATEX file in your source using
\include tags, these files will
be referred to in the Structure view; double-clicking on their names in
it will make Kile bring up the included file in the editor window.
The hierarchy tree has also a separate branch for labels used in the text.
Most of the entries in the structure view have a lot of entries in the context menu, which you can open with a right mouse click. So look at the structure view in the following picture.
You will find some labels, some sectioning entries, two figure environments and three pictures. If you right click on one of the sectioning entries, a menu with some useful commands will popup. All commands like , or will work with all lines, which belong to this section.
Clicking on a figure or table entry will offer some actions with respect to references and a right click on a graphics entry will offer some programs to open the graphics.