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Compose content model versions
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What is customizable Compose content model?
Customizable Compose content model allows you to install and use Compose in an existing environment. It is an updated version of Compose content model that uses your existing content types as a basis. Configuring a specific content model, as with legacy Compose, is not required.
Compose with customizable content model considers your existing content types as page types so you can then use them to create and manage pages in Compose.
To learn how to configure page types in Compose, refer to Set up page types in Compose.
What is legacy Compose content model?
Legacy Compose content model is the previous version of Compose content model that is based on the Compose-specific content types.
To learn how to configure page types in legacy Compose, refer to Manage page types in legacy Compose.
How customizable Compose content model is different from legacy Compose content model
The table below explains the key differences between customizable and legacy Compose content models.
|Characteristic||Customizable Compose||Legacy Compose|