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Duplicate a field in a content type

Created by r.bromley, last updated 20 Apr 2020

If you have a field in a content type – such as a composer – that you want to duplicate, you can do so from the actions menu.

  1. With the field in the content type selected, press on the more actions button to open the menu.
  2. Select the Duplicate field option. The field will be copied and displayed below the original with '-Copy' appended to its name.
  3. Update the name and ID of the field before saving.
  4. Once the field has been updated, Save and Publish your changes.