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Content curation - Managing and organising content over time

Sector gives you the tools you need to keep track of content on your website. You can organise your content using metadata, track changes using revisions, and review content using the Sector Content Audit add-on.

  • Sector Content Audit

    Sector Content Audit enables you to audit and review content within the site.  Included is everything you'll need to get going - taxonomies to track audits and progress, text fields to leave review notes or add document notes, an audit date to track and

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  • Introduction to metadata

    Metadata is information (data) about information. Metadata might be visible to your audiences, or only seen by systems like social media applications and search engines.

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  • Creating, reverting, and managing revisions

    Revisions are used to keep track of changes made to content - this allows you to go back in time and to revert the node back to a previous version if needed.
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  • Managing taxonomies

    Drupal’s taxonomy management allows you to sort, organise, and label your content. The terms in a taxonomy can be used, for example, as filters for your resource library.

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  • Auditing your content using Sector Content Audit

    As your website grows, it's important to have a way to keep track of all the content so you can identify if it needs updating or archiving. The Sector Content Audit add-on enables you to complete a content audit within your content management system.

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