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Improved Cloudinary support for Git-based content
Improvement

Improved Cloudinary support for Git-based content

We now support storing & accessing the full image metadata from Cloudinary with whatever content source you use.

Improvement - Warning when changing slug
Improvement

New warning when changing a slug

Renaming page URLs can be risky, especially if they have been previously available on your live site. To mitigate the risk in cases where changing the slug may be needed, we’ve introduced a warning in Stackbit for content editors to be made more aware of the risk.

Improvement Content tab
Improvement

Global access to 'Content' available for all sources

Global access to 'Content' is now available in all workspaces independently from the data source(s) used.

Improvement - new checkbox control type
Improvement

New checkbox control type for lists with enums

When using a list field where the individual items where of the enum type, they would appear as dropdowns. You can now use a checkbox control for a better editing experience.

New feature - Automatic Content Reload
New feature

Automatic Content Reload

Whenever a content editor makes a change, everyone who's currently working on the same Stackbit workspace should immediately see this change. Up until now, installing packages and adding non-trivial code on both the server- and client-side was required in order for this to properly work.

New feature - fieldGroup icons and icon library
New feature

Add custom icons to field groups

It is now possible to add icons to each group specified in a model's fieldGroups property. We've provided a library of icons to streamline this process.

New feature - Reused content
New feature

Indications for reused references

You'll now see see a visual indication when an object is referenced from multiple documents (pages or data objects). This also affects the modal shown when creating a new referenced object.

New feature - Content filtered projects
New feature

Enhanced access control through content-filtered workspaces

Organizations storing content for different teams or parts of a website (e.g. marketing and customer service) in a single content space can now split up the content across different Stackbit workspaces for better access control.

This is currently only available for Sanity.