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Understand what the Hub Content is used for

Discover how to use, add to and customize your Media and Playlists using the Hub Content tab

🧰 What You Will Need

  1. A Searchie Hub

  2. Some Content: Playlist(s) or File(s)

What can I use this for?

Located inside of your Hub Editor, your Hub Content displays your Hub's media in one easy-to-navigate space.

You can use your Hub Content to import existing Playlists, create and customize new Playlists and add attachments.

Step 1 - Access Your Hub Editor

From your Hub's Dashboard, open your Hub Editor by clicking Customize.

Step 2 - Open Your Hub Content Tab

From your Hub's navigation bar, click on the Content tab to open the Content menu.

This is where you'll find any existing Playlists. You'll also be able to see an overview of how many Playlists your Hub contains and how many files are inside of each Playlist.

Step 3 - Add New Content

Click the blue + icon to add new content into your Hub.

From here, you can:

  • Create Playlist using media that you upload into your Hub, record with the Chrome Extension or import from your Library

  • Import from Library to bring in an existing Playlist from your Library

Step 4 - Customize your Hub Content

Click on a Playlist to open your Playlist Editor. This is where you can make changes to the Playlist's name, description, the media or media order.

You can also access the Playlist's Settings menu to add a thumbnail or attachments, automate your Playlist, or view your Playlist's analytics.

Step 5 - Add your Content into a Section

Share your Hub Content with your Hub audience by adding your Playlist(s) into your Hub. This will allow your Hub audience to locate your Playlist inside of a specific Page in your Hub.

Head into the Pages tab of your Hub Editor to select the page you want to add your Hub Content to. From here, click + Add Section to select the right Section for your Hub Content.


📚 Up Next

  1. Restrict Hub section visibility using Audience Segments

  2. Edit how your Content is labeled

  3. Allow your Audience to track their Playlist progress