Here's a quick summary of everything we released in Q1 2024.


App navigation

After successfully logging in and selecting a project, you can move to different sections of the app using the tabs in the navigation menu, located on the left of the screen.

Roles and permissions assigned to users determine what they can see and interact with in the app. The following image shows what the app looks like to a user added to the default Editor system role:

Hygraph - Default view for Editor roleHygraph - Default view for Editor role

Considering that this view might change depending on your company adding you to a customized Editor role, let's go over all sections available in the app, irrespective of what your role might be:

Project DashboardProject Dashboard

App SectionWhat you can do
1. OverviewHome screen with a start guide and links to support, documentation and examples.
2. Schema EditorSetup of the content models as required by your project.
3. Content EditorAccess existing content, create custom content views, create/ edit content, review content, and publish content.
4. Digital Asset ManagerTab to manage and upload your assets.
5. API PlaygroundAn API playground where you can test out API calls.
6. NotificationsA section to manage your notifications.
7. AppsA section to manage apps.
8. WebhooksA section to manage webhooks.
9. Project SettingsDetails about project information, API access, billing, environments, locales and members
10. HelpDocumentation on concepts, code examples, reference apps, features etc.
11. Contact supportHygraph Public Slack Channel
12. User SettingsLogout and User Configuration

As an Editor, the Content editor is probably the most relevant section to you, and where you are likely to spend most of your time.