There are a lot of blocks in the content builder that help you create, edit, and organize the media and copy in your Posts and Pages. We'll explore every possibility in this guide—check out containers for creating rows, columns, and custom feeds too.
- Info row
- Link row
- Hours of operation
- Horizontal separator
- Vertical separator
Info rows add text with an icon. You can create lists or make specific copy pop out with an icon of your choice.
Info rows are narrower than link rows, and the icon is on the left.
Link rows are perfect for sending someone to another website or resource—the icons are optional. They're designed to be easy to tap on a mobile device.
If you have a lot of resources you like to share and you want to store your PDFs all in one place, try using the Document Library. Add your documents then click to copy the file URL to add to link rows or other objects in your content for easy access.
Hours of operation
This block makes a neatly formatted list of your operating hours. Add as many lines as you need, depending on your schedule.
A horizontal separator makes space between two objects on the same row. You can put it between two pins, for example.
The vertical separator makes space between two items in a vertical row or between two rows.
Separators add space between items in a container.
The person block shows a profile for someone at your organization. It's a great way to display the pictures and contact info of your property team on the building profile page. Make sure the people you select keep their email and photo up to date in their profile settings.
The team block adds all of the profiles of a specific team. If there are a lot, it'll automatically scroll horizontally to show everyone's profile.
This block creates a space to add and format text however you need. You can use:
- Hyperlink email address (mailto:)
- Hyperlink phone number (tel:)
The header is a large heading you can use to organize parts of the Post or Page. Enter your text and adjust the size and alignment as you like it.
In the paragraph block you can add a title and body text with light formatting. Use the RichText block if you need more flexibility.