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Navigating the Content section of the AdminUI

User role
Content Editor Content Administrator
Task
Content planning and curation Content editing
Topic
Content editing
Product
Sector Starter kit Sector Add-ons Sector Content audit

The Content section of the AdminUI lets you create, view, and edit content - it will be one of the areas you access the most in the backend of your site.

You can access the content section by going to 'Content' in the AdminUI toolbar.

In this guide

Learn about tabs in the content section which let you manage:

Content tab


Screenshot of Content tab in the AdminUI (with numbered highlights)

Screenshot - Content tab in the Content section of the AdminUI


In the content tab, you can use filters ( 1 ) to find content nodes on your site. Click on 'Filter' to filter your content and 'Reset' to list all content on your site. 

The content you have filtered is displayed in a table - clicking on the title of the content takes you to the content node in the frontend, while 'Edit' ( 2 ) takes you to the node edit form.

You can also add new content using the 'Add content' button ( 3 ).

Content audit tab


Screenshot of Content audit tab in the AdminUI (with numbered highlights)

Screenshot - Content audit tab in the Content section of the AdminUI


If you have the Sector Content Audit add-on installed on your site, the content audit tab ( 1 ) lets you sort through and keep track of the content you’re auditing. Content administrators can add audit information to nodes, such as audit date ( 2 ) and review notes - this information is hidden from public users of your site.

Media tab


Screenshot of Media tab in the Content section of the AdminUI (with numbered highlights)

Screenshot - Media tab in the Content section of the AdminUI


The media tab ( 1 ) lets you add and manage media files on your site. You can use the filters ( 2 ) to narrow down the files you are looking for.

The media files you have filtered are displayed in a table - clicking on the title of the file takes you to the file in the frontend, while 'Edit' ( 3 ) takes you to the edit form for the file.

You can upload a new media file by using the 'Add media' button ( 4 ).

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