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Categories can be applied to stories to help users view a list of similar content.
Drupal now has a centralized interface for adding and managing content, rather than requiring you to visit the page where you want to add it first.
Each time you save a piece of content, you create a revision of it and all its components in Drupal. You can access, review, and revert these revisions by navigating to the content, clicking Edit Page in the admin bar at the top of the screen, and selecting Revisions.
Our Offices and Services site uses groups to enable each office to manage its own content and list of editors. The groups system changes several of the interfaces described in other sections of this documentation.
Paths to content are now determined by your title and menu, but can be overridden and redirected, as outlined in this section of our documentation.
You can use meta tags on your content to control how it is presented in search engine results and on social media. These tags also help people find your content.
Drupal now has a way to create content as a draft and send it out for review. You can also archive content you no longer wish to be public, but want to remain available on the site for editors to use.
The system for managing menus is completely new and gives you more direct control over how the menus are structured, but requires more hands-on management to get them set up.
Sometimes your content will appear as a condensed preview and this section describes how you can control what is displayed in this view mode. This is also where featured images are discussed.
The most important new feature of Drupal are components, which are prepackaged features you can add and organize to structure your content.