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Learning to use a new tool can be both exciting and daunting. In this help center, you’ll be introduced to pretty much everything you need to know so you can slowly start to feel at home.

Get familiar with the user interface

Dashboard

Here you can see and manage all of your projects, drafts, and templates. You can also navigate your teams and workspaces, seen on the left side. We’ll dig deeper into that soon.
You can always go to the Dashboard by clicking the top left Vev icon.

Design Editor

The Design Editor is the heart and soul of Vev and is built for designers whose goal is to customize the look and feel of the website and have full control over the layout.
Its familiar UI, despite some differences, means designers can start using it in no time.
Much like with the Content Editor, you can open any project you see in the dashboard directly into the Design Editor.
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Content Editor

Vev offers three tools that are tailor-made to help you stay productive and focused on the task you’re trying to achieve, depending on your role within the team. This happens while ensuring harmony across the team regardless of the tool each member uses to contribute to the project.
The Content Editor is the first such tool and is built for content managers, copywriters, and communication specialists.
Its simplicity allows you to focus on editing text, images, and videos, without worrying about the design and functionality of the website.
You can open any project you see in the dashboard directly into the Content Editor.

Code Editor

The third and last of the Vev trilogy is the Code Editor. As the name suggests, it is built for developers interested in extending Vev’s functionality by writing their own custom code.
The Code Editor can be opened only through The Design Editor, as both tools are best used side-by-side during the development process.
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