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PeterKumospace
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Restrict Drag and Drop Modules

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I need to allow users to select one or more modules from a list of specific different global modules when using a template (and I need the user to be able to pick the order of modules if using more than one). I can't think of any way to do this using only modules (because we can't create submodules or anything like that and these will be global modules they'll be picking from). So I'm thinking that a drag and drop area would work well, however I would need to restrict the module options to only the list of modules they are allowed to use.

Is there currently any way to restrict the modules accessible to a drag and drop area?

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albertsg
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Restrict Drag and Drop Modules

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Hi @PeterKumospace, I had a very similar question some days ago and I believe there is no way to limit/restrict the modules that can be used in a drag and drop area.

 

Here's my question: https://community.hubspot.com/t5/CMS-Development/Limit-module-types-in-dnd-area/td-p/656625
I'm not sure if @Jaycee_Lewis had the chance to find out more about it, but from what I've been testing I don't think there is currently a way to achieve this.

 

What you could do is use a Theme and create Theme modules, so your content editors don't have to search in the Global modules but in a smaller list of them.



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albertsg
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Restrict Drag and Drop Modules

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Hi @PeterKumospace, I had a very similar question some days ago and I believe there is no way to limit/restrict the modules that can be used in a drag and drop area.

 

Here's my question: https://community.hubspot.com/t5/CMS-Development/Limit-module-types-in-dnd-area/td-p/656625
I'm not sure if @Jaycee_Lewis had the chance to find out more about it, but from what I've been testing I don't think there is currently a way to achieve this.

 

What you could do is use a Theme and create Theme modules, so your content editors don't have to search in the Global modules but in a smaller list of them.



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