Configure Content Hub FAQ
There are many resources available to help you successfully configure Sitecore Content Hub including best practices, user documentation, cloud development documentation, and API reference documentation. You can also visit the Sitecore website for additional resources such as free training.
The following sections provide answers to common questions about configuring Content Hub.
To configure Content Hub, you must be a superuser.
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You can duplicate the Search component on other pages or use the variant page on other pages. See Search component.
If you do not specify otherwise in your copy profile, new members have the Ignore method for draft creation, and draft merge profiles, and the Keep method for variant profiles.
See Copy profiles.
In this use case, the Share via email operation is unavailable in the selection component. This means you cannot share the selection via email. This behavior is the same for all bulk operations. See also Permissions.
Soft deletion is currently only available for assets. See Soft deletion.
The priority of restoring renditions is the same as a refresh rendition, which is the minimum priority and therefore a lower priority than a regular upload. See See Soft deletion.
Yes. In Content Hub 4.1, the HTML content type was renamed to Rich Text. See Content types
By default, all taxonomies are published as soon as you create them. You can disable publishing for the whole taxonomy or for any specific taxonomy value. You can disable publishing for a particular taxonomy value by enabling the Don't publish to delivery flag. When you do this, only that one value is not sent to delivery, but all related entities are.
For additional information, see Prevent a taxonomy from being published to the delivery platform.