CMS Panel for Content-Heavy Apps
In this article, you will learn about the new CMS panel. This panel is designed to support the editing of content-heavy apps, such as the blog app.
CMS stands for “Content Management System”, and speaking broadly, it refers to a tool designed to help edit and organize information.
How it Works
To enter the CMS panel view, you just have to double click on any part of your app (where content is editable). The CMS panel, depending on the app you’re editing, will show different options for editing content.
Image Gallery App
To open the CMS panel of an image gallery app, double click on the app title or image thumbnails.
When it’s open, the Image gallery app’s CMS panel will look like the following:
On the sample above, the CMS panel is showing the options for editing one of your images. If you click on “Images”, the options for managing and editing your available images will be shown.
The video gallery app looks very much alike.
To open the CMS panel on the Blog app, double click on either the app title, date of the post, or the post itself. We have a specific post that addresses the new blog app and how it works, be sure to check it out too!
The CMS panel for the blog app will look like the following image.
The blog app has several more options, for managing categories, the post themselves, and additional settings. Learn more on the article mentioned and linked above.
Where You’ll Find the CMS Panel
These are some of the apps that use the CMS panel to edit its content:
We may add to this list as current apps need it or as new ones are released.
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