Last Edited: May 15, 2019
Modules are installed per site, which gives you granular control over the content for each of your sites.
To view a full list of modules available to you, head over to the Site Settings page of any site. From here you can install new modules or update exsting ones.
When installed, each module will include a Default layout. If you have Design System installed on your site, it will include any available Design System layouts for the module.
If you'd like to create a custom layout, or tweak a Design System layout to better fit your branding, you will need to create a fresh layouts folder.
When an update is available for a module that you have installed on one of your sites, you will see a notification icon along the top bar of the sites' Admin. The icon displays in red if there are system module updates available and yellow if there are non-system module updates available.
To install an update, head on over to the Site Settings page, and click the Update button for the relevent moduels.
When you install an update, it will overwrite the Default & Design System layouts for the module.
Once you have installed a module to your site, it will be added to the Admin Menu automatically.
Most modules can be found within the "Modules" dropdown, however, there are exceptions to this. You can find out the specific location of each Module on the relevent doc pages.
You can create custom layouts for modules within Code Editor. For information on folder structures, check the relevent doc page for the Module.
You can output modules using Toolbox, or alternatively, you can find the related liquid on the relvent Module doc pages.