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Yes it will. There are no field types that ship out of the box, that gives you that functionality. If you are going to explore making your own customisation for this, I would suggest the Multilist with Search field is a good place to start. A good place to start could be: Have a Field Day With Custom Sitecore Fields


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You can do this. Use VariantReference and then VariantField or VariantToken items and display tag name or field value: Thanks to a number of extension points in SXA it's fairly easy to implement a custom solution for this. There is resolveVariantTokens pipeline which contains, for example, such processors: <resolveVariantTokens> <processor ...


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I've used the Inline Item List field in the past: https://marketplace.sitecore.net/en/Modules/Inline_Item_List_Field.aspx. It provides extra buttons to create items from the Multilist field so that you don't have to leave the item you are editing. It hasn't been updated in a while so I can't speak to it's compatibility in Sitecore 8+.


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Does the Sitecore CMS allow for meta-data tagging using the schema.org taxonomy? Yes it does. And pretty much any other taxonomy I can think of. Sitecore allows you to organise and structure your content in any way you see fit, including the adding of additional metadata to support both internal and external searching and filtering. A few references, ...


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If you're talking about the taxonomies in the Marketing Control Panel, then the answer is no. The Cortex Content Tagging in 9.1 lets you apply structured tags to page level content. That gets fed to Open Calais (http://www.opencalais.com/opencalais-api/) for ML modeling & analysis. The taxonomies settings in the Marketing Control Panel are ...


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I've hit the same exact problem, what was causing this functionality not to work for us was having a dot character in the name of the taxonomy, e.g. we had Content.Topic as the taxonomy name, here is what it looked like: I've had Sitecore support confirm this as a bug, to fix it we simply renamed our taxonomy to Topic rather than Content.Topic, I'm not sure ...


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I am quiet new to Content Hub and now about Sitecore Experience but I may be able to help you with the Content Hub API. It seems that with the Content Hub API you will not have the full hierarchy but just the parent and children of your entity. So, in your example, your entity id is 34159 (from self.href) and its parent id is 34210 (from parent.self). Isn't ...


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