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relating to or denoting the part of a computer system or application that is not directly accessed by the user, typically responsible for storing and manipulating data. e.g "a back-end database server"

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Question:how to change/update the display order of fields in sitecore backend?

Description:I have an sitecore item using so many data templates containing many fields but I want some of the fields at backend to appear at the top of the item so that it will be easy for the content author to populate the mandatory field first,but i don't see the option to manipulate the displaying order of the fields.

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Posted by: Sam Smith | Posted on: Jul 12, 2019


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