Made in Builder.io

Join us for the biggest Figma-to-code launch of the year

Builder.io logo
Talk to Us
Platform
Developers
Talk to Us

Blog

Home

Resources

Blog

Forum

Github

Login

Signup

×

Visual CMS

Drag-and-drop visual editor and headless CMS for any tech stack

Theme Studio for Shopify

Build and optimize your Shopify-hosted storefront, no coding required

Resources

Blog

Get StartedLogin

in beta

enterprise plans

When using Environments on an Enterprise plan, you can link, unlink, or push content entries in bulk.

To get the most out of this document, you should already have the following:

Tip: When you link content entries, all unpushed changes in the child environment are overwritten. If you want to keep your changes in the child environment, you must push to your main environment first.

To link multiple content entries simultaneously:

  1. Go to Content.
  2. Select the unlinked content entries you'd like to link.
  3. Click Link.
  4. When you're certain you've already pushed changes you want to keep—or are ok with unpushed changes being overwritten—click the Activate Live Sync button.

The video below shows this process with example QA environment:

Tip: When you link content entries, the content entries as well as the models must exist in the main environment as well.

To unlink multiple content entries simultaneously:

  1. Go to Content.
  2. Select the content entries you'd like to unlink.
  3. Click Unlink.
  4. In the dialogue that opens, confirm that you are turning off Live Sync and that you understand that these content entries will no longer receive live updates by this action.
  5. Click the Turn Off Live Sync button.

The video below shows this process with example QA environment:

To push multiple content entries simultaneously:

  1. Go to Content.
  2. Select the content entries you'd like to push.
  3. Click Push.
  4. Select the environment you want to push to.
  5. In the dialogue that opens, confirm that you are aware that this will overwrite any previously existing content in the destination environment.
  6. Confirm that the environments are correct.
  7. Check or uncheck the option to publish upon push in the destination environment.
  8. Click the Push Now button.

The video below shows this process with example QA and main evironments:

Tip: When you push content entries, the content entries as well as the models must exist in both environments.

This document covered bulk actions specific to environments. For more information on all bulk actions available, read Bulk Actions.


Looking to hire a third party to help with your project?

Submit a project request and our partnerships team will reach out to connect you with an Expert from our partner ecosystem.

Connect with us

Was this article helpful?

Product

Visual CMS

Theme Studio for Shopify

Sign up

Login

Featured Integrations

React

Angular

Next.js

Gatsby

Get In Touch

Chat With Us

Twitter

Linkedin

Careers

© 2020 Builder.io, Inc.

Security

Privacy Policy

Terms of Service

Get the latest from Builder.io

Newsletter

Developer Newsletter

Latest tips, tricks, and news for frontend developers from our blog

Product Newsletter

Latest features and updates on the Builder.io platform

By submitting, you agree to our Privacy Policy