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Profile page of Rune Botten

Rune's headline: I find solutions

Rune's email: rune@sanity.io
Rune's location: San Francisco
Joined: November 2015
Rune's job title: Principal Solutions Engineer

Bynder
- Tool

Adds the Bynder Digital Asset Management system to your Studio

Rune Botten
Go to Bynder

Google Translate
- Tool

Official(made by Sanity team)
Studio v2

Machine translations from Google Translate directly in your Sanity Studio

Rune Botten
Go to Google Translate

Transifex Plugin
- Tool

Official(made by Sanity team)
Studio v2

A studio tool to send and retrieve translated documents from Transifex!

Go to Transifex Plugin

sanity-plugin-cloudinary
- Tool

Official(made by Sanity team)

Access and reference images and videos from your Cloudinary account within the Sanity Studio.

Rune Botten
Go to sanity-plugin-cloudinary

sanity-algolia
- Tool

Official(made by Sanity team)
Studio v2

Helpful code for automating indexing Sanity content in Algolia

Rune Botten
Go to sanity-algolia

Group documents by year
- Schema

How to group documents by their publishedAt year using the Structure Builder API

Rune Botten
Go to Group documents by year

Custom default desk pane
- Schema

An example of overriding the default Studio Desk pane to add some business logic around menu items.

Rune Botten
Go to Custom default desk pane

Content Calendar
- Tool

Official(made by Sanity team)
Studio v2

Schedule and view your editorial calendar, right where you store your content. Prioritize and get organized on the fly with a visual calendar in your Studio.

Go to Content Calendar

PBD protein input
- Tool

Studio v2

Custom input for PDB protein models with content models for camera position and zoom.

Rune Botten
Go to PBD protein input

Markdown input dashboard
- Tool

Official(made by Sanity team)

Markdown input component and schema type. Supports image uploads.

Go to Markdown input dashboard

I was lucky enough to start working with Sanity waaay back before it even became a product in its own right. I was freelancing for the awesome digital consultancy Bengler on a website and backend for a Norwegian TV-show, and Bengler had made this absolutely mindblowing headless CMS to help them deliver any client work they took on. That internal tool eventually grew to become Sanity and Bengler turned into Sanity.io. Needless to say, working with this tool was a great experience and I couldn't be more happy to be able to work with it every day!