Use the following features of the Sitecore Content Hub documentation set to find the information you need.
The documentation set includes comprehensive search and navigation functionalities.
The global search is a full-text search across the entire documentation set. To perform a global search, on the main menu, enter a search term in the Search box. After you enter three characters or more in the Search box, search suggestions appear.
The search result page displays information about topics that match the search term:
Use the filters above the search results to refine them. Click the expand button to display more information about the topic. Click the right-arrow icon to access a topic.
Located above the table of contents, the topic search limits those contents to topics with titles that match a search term. Because the table of contents only shows topics from the current documentation section, the topic search can only be used to locate topics from one section at a time. The following example shows the partial result of entering “asset” in the topic search within the User documentation section.
You can use the version selector to change the documentation set to a specific version of Sitecore Content Hub. To change the document version, on the menu bar, click the version list, and then click the version of Content Hub for which you want to view documentation. A version selector is also available from the Homepage.
If the current topic does not exist in the version you selected, you are redirected to the index page of the main section you were reading, such as User documentation, Cloud development, or API reference.
You can use the language selector to change the language of the document you are reading. Currently, English and Japanese are available.
To change the document language, on the menu bar, click the displayed language to expand the drop-down list, and select the language you want.
If the current topic does not exist in the language you selected, you are redirected to the index page of the main section you were reading, such as User documentation, Cloud development, or API reference.
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