Content Modeling Rules Based Related Content

We've all seen "related content" (aka "you may also like these") at the end of articles, podcasts and other types of content. Sometimes you may want to allow your authors to add related content manually. Other times you may want it to be automatic based on some rules you set up. In this lesson, we're going to create a content model that allows content authors to assign rules to an entry and have related articles appear automatically based on those rules.

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Marcelo Lewin

Marcelo is passionate about content modeling, so much so, he spends his weekends creating content models for fun! Yes, we know, he needs to get a real hobby! He's also very interested in content governance, content architecting and headless CMS technologies.  As a Senior Content Solutions Architect at ServiceTitan working in the Product organization, he designs content models that are scalable, support single source of truth and are friendly both to developers and content authors alike.

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