A content collection brings together content items that have a common property or purpose. It enables you to create, manage, and share channel-specific content for easy reuse. In the following example, all the content items used in the launch of the Fruitful Campaign (such as blogs, social media posts, recipes, white papers, and emails) are contained in one content collection called Fruitful Launch Campaign.
You can add only content items to a content collection.
By default, you access content collections from the menu bar by clicking Collections. This displays the Content collections page where you can search content collections or use the available search filters to find a collection.
When you work with content collections, you start by creating a content collection.
Content collection states
The content collection state flow determines the life of a content collection and has three default states:
- In progress - a content collection you create begins In progress and stays in this state until you finalize it.
- Final - a content collection is final when you click Done. When the state becomes Final, the content collection is ready for publication.
- Archive - a content collection is assigned the Archive state when you click Archive.
You can return the content collection state to In progress by clicking Start over. Once you have archived content, you can click Unarchive to return it to the Final state.
The following diagram illustrates the content collection state flow.
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