1. Dennis Helm
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Hi Geraint,

unfortunally i´m not able to find out, why the Extra Fields are not displayed in my Easylayouts Templates for Blog Articles (Intro).
I´ve setup all fields in the Template as you can see here:
https://www.screencast.com/t/djPzYh0wcUE

Any Idea, what to do?
Thanks,
Dennis
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Hi Dennis,
the problem is you set the field to be shown only to users with viewlevel: Onlineshop-2019 and only users in the user group called: Onlineshop-2019 are allowed to see items with that view level.

So either you make the custom field to allow Öffentlich view level, either your users need to be logged in to see the field ;)
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Hi Dennis,
can you please provide a url to look at and if possible backend access to check custom fields premissions?
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Hi Carlos,

Credentials are provided!

Thanks,
Dennis
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Dear Carlos,

thanks a lot. I´ve overseen this. Now it works as expected!

Thanks,
Dennis
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