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When in content stack I setup a single reference in a Content Type to another Content Type that is coming back from the API as an array. Simple example: I have a Content Type called Dog, which has a single reference to an Owner (another Content Type). When I retrieve a dog from the api (/dog/entries?environment=nonprod&locale=en-us&include=owner&include_branch=false) I get back a response where owner is an array (this doesn’t make sense to me). Even though in the Content Type settings I can set the reference to 1 or many and have set it to 1. I am wondering if I’m doing something wrong or if this is expected behavior.
Can we perform some form of validation of the Content Fields to restrict Content Editors from making incorrect entries? e.g Max number of characters allowed for a field, restrict special characters in a Name field or validate an email or phone number entry. Any help will be much appreciated, Thanks.
If I assign the Content Manager role to a user but want to limit them from editing SEO fields is that possible?
If I assign the Content Manager role to a user but want to limit them from editing SEO fields is that possible? Or is this not a possibility because of the way the Content Manager Role is configured as it overrides any conditional limitations?
When migrating content that has files attached, is it standard to leverage CS Assets or better to use a 3rd party such as S3?
We are in a scenario where we need to migrate a lot of content, all of which has a PDF attached. Should we use an S3 bucket for this, or is uploading all these assets to ContentStack considered standard?
When creating a Content Type having a Select- Dropdown field what is the easiest way to add more then 100 option items. I would also like to know if there is a way to reuse the same list of options in different Content Types.
What are the benefits of establishing a clear Content Model before beginning your development process versus constructing one as you go?
What are the benefits of establishing a clear Content Model before beginning your development process versus constructing one as you go or not creating one at all?What issues do you foresee arising down the line if your Content Model is not established first?
Have you seen the new sites recently rolled out by Burberry? The following site is live and using Contentstack, EPAM and Commercetools: http://burberry.com/ EPAM features a case study on the process, The Future of Remote: How We Worked Closely at a Distance with Burberry, check it out! Check out a few screen shots:
Contentstack provides Two-factor authentication (2FA). It’s an extra layer of protection which significantly increases the security of your account. Contentstack have two methods for two-factor authentication:Username and password (normal login credentials) One-time security code via Authy app OR one-time security code via SMS Here is the Step-by-step guide on how you can enable Two-factor Authentication.
Yes !!Some time ago we have introduced our new design library called “Venus”.Find it here → https://venus-storybook.contentstack.com/?path=/story/overview-getting-started--pageHow to get started with Venus?Getting started with Venus is pretty easy!Here is a guide for the same. Let us know your thoughts and what you would like to see added in there!
What are some custom fields, extensions or widget ideas that increase your team's overall production?
We are trying to figure out how others are extending contentstack to their benefit. Whether it be integrations with other SaaS platforms, or just building custom tooling to help you work within Contentstack. What plugins/integrations have you built that have improved your experience with the platform?
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