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How to Search and Set Filters in Acquia Content Hub [VIDEO]

Most major brands are managing hundreds of individual digital experiences, all of which require their own content. That content can easily end up siloed within different systems, across different departments. Finding what you need quickly can be a serious challenge.

One solution to that challenge is Acquia Content Hub, with its built in search functionality. With the right filters and automatic subscriptions in place, content discovery and syndication becomes much less of a hassle. This saves valuable time that could be better spent creating great content, rather than searching for it.

Here’s a quick demo of how Acquia Content Hub’s search and filter functionality works:

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  • Use [acphone_sales], [acphone_sales_text], [acphone_support], [acphone_international], [acphone_devcloud], [acphone_extra1] and [acphone_extra2] as placeholders for Acquia phone numbers. Add class "acquia-phones-link" to wrapper element to make number a link.
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