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2024 Release Notes: Release L

Released June 18, 2024

Expanded Content Library Search Functionality – You can now search the Content Library by entering specific text or URL in the search bar to quickly find and access content assets. You can learn more about managing content assets in Tutorial: How to Manage Assets, Tagging and Taxonomy in Your PathFactory Content Library.

Social Icons Now Available for Content Pages and Playlists – You can now use social media icons on Content Playlists and Content Pages to increase experience design and layout customization and audience engagement opportunities. 

New Templated Experiences Landing Page Sections – A new CTA Banner Section section lets you place an in-page CTA banner anywhere on a Landing Page. A new Hero With Plain Text Section also enables you to showcase assets or create special call-outs by embedding full-width video or images. To read about these new sections, see Available Section Types for Landing Pages in the article How to Build Content Page Templates and Landing Page Templates.

Nested Navigation Available in Templated Experiences – Using this new feature, B2B marketers can now create multiple pages and build them into a nested, multi-level navigation structure within a Landing Page. For a Templated Experience, read the Navigation section in the article Introduction to Templated Experiences.

‘Load More’ Button Customization on Content Pages – If you are adding a large number of content assets to a Content Page, a Load More button automatically appears for visitors to click to see more content. You can now customize this Load More button’s color and text to match your organization’s brand.  To find out more about this feature, read the article How to Build Content Page Templates and Landing Page Templates

Font Style Alignment for Improved SEO Now Available in Themes – Heading styles in the text editor now map to corresponding HTML tags for SEO. For example, applying a “Heading 1” style creates an <h1> tag in the HTML code automatically. To read more about how to create and use Themes, read Introduction to Themes

Updated on July 2, 2024

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