Custom Views allow you to view content in a unique way that suits your content workflow. They are custom defined by the user and can be kept private or shared across teammates in the project.
To create a content view, you'll want either add a filter or edit the column structure. You can do one or both, make your view the way you'd like, then click the button labeled
Save Content View in the header.
Also known as folders allow editors to organize types of content in uniquely intuitive groups.
To create a view group, in the bottom left-hand corner of the content sidebar there is a plus-folder icon. Clicking it will prompt you to to create a name and description as well as give you the decision to make the group of content views private.
To specify a Connect View for each role and Model in your project, head into the Schema View and select the model for which you want to set a Default Connect View.
Clicking the "Select Content Connect View" Button brings up a modal, in which you can set a Role Default View from the existing Connect Views.
Once you have set your desired Connect Views per role, the user will be presented with it as soon as they open the modal to Connect two entries. For example the user created a new
Post entry and now wants to connect an existing
Author entry to it.
If you modify one of the available Connect Views, e.g. changing the filters or column configuration, you can save this view as your own Personal Connect View. Once you select the Role based View again, you can roll back to this one too.