When you activate a module, the module appears under the Content tab, together with all of its first level content types – you can use it to create dynamic content items. Sitefinity CMS also adds a new widget group for each module and adds one widget for each content type. You use this widget to display the content items created with this module.
IMPORTANT: If you are working in multisite environment, make sure you enable the module for each site, in which you want to use it. For more information, see Configuring the modules of a site.
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