- Organization - Organize content with folders, hierarchies, tags, links and other relationships.
- Collaboration - Allow multiple users to collaborate on content in a controlled fashion.
- Revisions - Maintain revisions as content is updated and evolves over time.
- Authorizations - Control access to content and features based on user authorizations.
- Audit Trail - Log who creates, modifies and accesses content and when.
- Variants - Store different language translations, formats, market segments, etc.
- APIs - Allow other software to efficiently query and access authorized content.
To learn more about Content Databases, see our blog post, What is a Content Database.