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This feature lets you drag different content type items into a property. Use this when you want to add pages and images to create a carousel switching between content items to display. This feature is also used in Commerce to add products, variants, packages and bundles when creating discounts. See Restricting content types in properties and Built-in property types for more information.
New project feature
The first release of the new project mode feature. Project mode is a feature where, when enabled, all changes done to content are automatically associated with a project.
The second release of the new project mode feature, the first was released in update 68. Project mode is a feature where, when enabled, all changes done to content are automatically associated with a project. This release includes a new project overview where it is possible to examine which content items that are part of a project and to control publishing of the items. The overview is accessible from the project bar.
Project preview (Beta)
A new Project Items navigation pane was added to give editors an overview of the content items in the project.
This list displays items included in the project and their status. You can select multiple items and set them to Ready to Publish with the check mark button. Each item has a context menu that is displayed when you hover over it. From the context menu, you can set the items as Ready to Publish, remove them from the project, or open an item for editing.
Select multiple items in the Project Items navigation pane and in the project overview, and set them to Ready to Publish or remove them from the project all at the same time. The multi-select feature has both mouse and keyboard support.
This feature lets the editor compare properties between different versions.
Select the Compare different versions button in the toolbar to turn the compare view on and off. A Select compare mode button is displayed which lets you switch between comparing content and properties. When comparing properties, the two compared versions are displayed side-by-side in the All Properties view. Tabs that contain changes between versions are highlighted with a digit, which identifies the number of changes. The latest version of the property is shown first, either to the left or above the older version. All properties that differ between the two versions are highlighted with a yellow background.