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#51271 (In Topic #11192)

Non-joined user

I just started playing with ocportal. I am loving it. I have some specific requirements.
I need to display My (contents for logged user) contents in probably personal zone. How can I do that?
Same with the Club. If I want to display contents of the members of the club in may be collaboration zone.
I see 10 recent blogs on profile page. How can I extend it to different types of contents eg. some kind of catalogue.

In general, is there any standard way to customize the view?

BTW, I was successful in installing ocworld but not sure how to start it (or run it).

Thanks a lot for such wonderful CMS.
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Non-joined user

Do I need to join to get the reply? I will join when I decide to use this CMS.
If the answers are already mentioned in any of the tutorials/forums, can you please point to that?

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