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For questions related to the Content Editor interface. Includes context menu, ribbon, content tree, field sections, field validations, etc.

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If you are specific to disable the standard field checkbox then your solution looks good but if you want to hide it you can easily do it using OOTB Security Editor. Create a denied role for the standa …
answered Jul 29 by Mahendra Shekhawat
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From you question I am understanding that you want to enable bucket view by default for all the users, which mean every user can see the bucket items in the content tree as date, month, day folder for …
answered Aug 7 by Mahendra Shekhawat
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I am writing this for the second part of your question. If you want regularly run the same search query from the same item in the content editor then you can save the search but OOTB Sitecore will sav …
answered Sep 13 by Mahendra Shekhawat
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There are multiple options for this based on your requirement. if you want to simply do it in the Sitecore you can use Item save event but if you want it in outside the sitecore client then you need t …
answered Jul 3 by Mahendra Shekhawat
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Since this is the OOTB feature of the Sitecore so I will not recommend changing in it but if you just want to update the UI of the multilist with search field so that content author not see the templa …
answered Oct 22 by Mahendra Shekhawat