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Publishing resources

Guides, starters, plugins, and more. Learn how to integrate your publishing needs with other services and improve your editorial flows with Sanity.io.

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Scheduled Publishing

Official(made by Sanity team)

Schedule your content for future publication and organize upcoming releases – no custom tasks or serverless functions required!

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Content Calendar
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Official(made by Sanity team)

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.

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Media browser
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A convenient way to browse, manage and select all your Sanity assets.

Robin Pyon
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SEO tools

Bring SEO insights into Sanity.

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Gatsby Cloud

Sanity Studio Dashboard Widget for triggering Gatsby Cloud Preview instances/sites.

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Code Input
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Official(made by Sanity team)

Syntax highlighted editor for code.

Bjørge Næss
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2 Publishing starters

Lifestyled: Editorial and E-Commerce

Official(made by Sanity team)

A lifestyle blog with editorial material and e-commerce functionality. Built with BigCommerce, Next.js and Sanity.

Carolina Gonzalez
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Sanity.io starter template with Jigsaw

Jigsaw (https://jigsaw.tighten.co) starter kit which sources content from Sanity (https://sanity.io) deployed on Netlify

Christopher Pecoraro
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42 Publishing guides

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Self-Hosting Sanity Studio with GitHub Actions

A comprehensive guide to self-hosting Sanity Studio on DreamHost with GitHub Actions for continuous integration.

This is an external link at:www.andyfitzgeraldconsulting.com
Andy Fitzgerald
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40 Publishing projects made with Sanity

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Why Mums Don't Jump

Podcast website, plus blog and custom player. Built with Gatsby with a custom source plugin for TransistorFM.

Paul Brickles
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EdgeTag

Blotout, a $3m-backed YC startup, launched EdgeTag, a serverless app that sends consented data to the Facebook Conversion API directly from the customer’s domain. They initially set up a simple landing page for it, but quickly realized they needed to have a scalable and more content manager friendly platform to create more landing pages for other integrations they support (e.g. Fastly, Cloudflare). We've created for them a performant and easy-to-manage website by leveraging tools like Remix, Sanity CMS, and Vercel.

Omar Benseddik
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Velobici: Translation Strategy

Velobici is a UK-based e-commerce that produces and sells luxury cycling apparel. They noticed that their platform started getting traction in Japan and South Korea, so they approached us to implement a translation strategy so that they can have content easily translated.

Omar Benseddik
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Hanabi Agency

Hanabi is a web design and development agency specializing in e-commerce projects with a focus on Shopify. We built their new website with Next.js, TypeScript, and Sanity CMS.

Omar Benseddik
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17 Publishing schemas

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List Referring Documents (Backlinks) in Sanity

This recipe is a UX affordance for Sanity Studio, which makes it easier for editors to manage heavily cross-referenced documents. It provides a list of backlinks to referring documents.

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Easy peasy URL Slug

Quickly and easily validate your slug without having to work out the regex syntax

Roboto Studio
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