Welcome to the Content Dashboard, where you can manage the content and structure of your app projects. Here, you'll find tools and features to customise and organise the articles and content items within your app.


Upon selecting a project from the Project Dashboard, you'll be directed to the Content Dashboard. This dashboard consists of two main sub-pages: the App Folder and Issues.

App Design Folder

The App Folder houses the actual app content, as seen on the image above. Clicking on this will take you to the App design section, where you can customise the visual and interactive elements of your app.


Issues are folders displayed underneath the app folder, as seen on the image above, each representing a specific category or topic within your app. Each folder hosting all the articles or content items within the app. You can manage these folders and rearrange them to organise your app content effectively. These folders can contain multiple individual articles, which are the building blocks of your app's pages.

Managing Issues

On the Content Dashboard, users have the ability to:

  • Rearrange Issue Folders: Easily reorganise your app's content by clicking on the "Enable Drag & Drop" button. This feature allows you to drag and drop issue folders to reorder them according to your preferences. Remember to click the button again to disable this feature once you've finished rearranging. The ability to rearrange Issues (sections & articles) will be useful in the designing of the app as design widgets are linked to articles in a waterfall manner.

  • Add New Issues: Expand your app's content structure by adding new issue folders. Simply click on the "+ New Issue" button located at the top right corner of the screen to create a new folder. This allows you to further categorise and organise your app's content items.

Issues - Example Scenario

Let's delve into an example of an e-commerce application. On the Content page, you'll notice the design of the e-commerce app follows the "E-Commerce-Template." Below this template, you'll find the list of Issues, with each Issue representing a category of products. For instance, you might come across Issues named "Vests," "Dresses," "Skirts," and "Pants." Within each Issue, you'll discover individual articles representing specific items like "White Dress," "Black Pants," and "Blue Skirt."

How to Use This Section

To access the Content Dashboard, simply click on a project from the Project Dashboard. From there, you can customize and organize the content of your app to create a seamless user experience.

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