|Announced on||Rollout starts||Rollout ends|
|May 4, 2022||May 4, 2022||May 4, 2022|
We are excited to announce that the content blocks sidebar has been enhanced to provide more precise information about the articles and translations in which the content block is used.
What’s changing, and why?
A single content block may be placed in a default article translation, in all article translations, or in only a few of them. Previously, the content block sidebar (both in the list of the block and in the editor) displayed only the article placement and status, and not the translation placement.
With this update, we are now clearly displaying the relationship between the article and the translation and exposing more precise content block placement information. Specifically, we are now showing the articles in which a content block is placed, as well as the exact translations where it is used and their precise status.
How will this affect me?
You’ll see the updated content block sidebar in your content block editor and content block list immediately after the launch.
What do I need to do?
You don’t need to take any action. However, if you’re curious about how content blocks work with multiple languages, see Using content blocks in translated articles.