Enable content blocks automatically


  • Katarzyna Karpinska
    Zendesk Product Manager

    Hi Evan Pitonzo

    This is a technical limitation of our backend. We are working towards removing it later this year. 

  • earic ourther

    It's unclear what you're specifically referring to with "content blocks", as this term can be used in different contexts in the technology and digital content world. However, in general, to enable content blocks automatically, you may need to take one of the following steps:

    1. Use a plugin or tool: Depending on the platform or software you're using, there may be plugins or tools available that allow you to easily create and enable content blocks. For example, if you're using WordPress, there are many plugins available that allow you to create and customize content blocks, which can then be enabled automatically on your website.

    2. Use custom code: If you have coding skills or access to a developer, you can create custom code to enable content blocks automatically. This may involve creating a custom function or script that can be executed when a certain event occurs on your website.

    3. Use a content management system: If you're using a content management system (CMS) like Drupal or Joomla, there may be built-in features or tools that allow you to create and enable content blocks automatically. In this case, you would need to refer to the platform's documentation or seek assistance from a developer or support team to enable this feature.

    Overall, the process for enabling content blocks automatically will depend on the specific platform or software you're using, as well as your level of technical expertise.


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