Content Environments

Content environments in your space act like separate containers, allowing you to create and manage different versions of your content independently. They're like code branches, perfect for testing and development, making it easier for your team to handle content structure changes after publishing.

By default, every storefront has one default content environment known as the primary environment. Your primary environment is the one that is used for content on your storefront, unless otherwise specified.

When creating a new content environment, they begin as duplicates of the primary environment, and changes made to entities within any environment, including the primary, don't impact data in other environments. Each environment operates independently, ensuring your modifications are contained and won't affect the rest.

Check out our guide on using content environments to level up your content workflow.


Using Content Environments

Learn how to use content environments in your development and editing workflow.

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