Getting Started

Content Reuse

Content reuse is a powerful feature as it allows you to write content once, in one place and then reuse it wherever you want. For example, you can use:

  • A topic in many different publications

  • A single block element, such as a paragraph in lots of different topics

  • A collection of block elements in many different topics (the collection can be stored in an informal topic)

  • A publication inside another publication

This means that your content is more consistent as a team of writers can reuse the same piece of content. Content reuse can also significantly reduce the amount of time it takes to update content and create new publications that are based on existing ones.

Sometimes, you may have a piece of content that you would like to reuse but part of it needs to be different, such as a different product name, or certain paragraphs do not apply. You can use Paligo's filtering and variables features to control the content for these types of issues.