A stack can be defined as a pool of data or a container that holds all the content/assets related to a site. It is a collaboration space where multiple users can work together to create, edit, approve, and publish content.
This is the first page that will appear once you log in. Since Built.io Contentstack is capable of handling multiple stacks, you will see a list of stacks that you have access to. As a Developer, you can invite users to a stack. The invited users can then log in to the platform and start working with you on a stack with the rights and access you have assigned to them.
Once you log in to Built.io Contentstack, click on the ‘+ New Stack’ link to create a new stack. In the ‘Create New Stack’ dialog box that appears, enter a suitable 'Name' (mandatory field) and 'Description' (optional field) for the stack. For the 'Master Language' field (mandatory), select a language that you wish to set as the primary language of the stack. Then click 'Create'.
Since this is a new, empty stack, you will be prompted to create or import a content type. Learn more about content types here. You can create as many stacks as you like.
To edit a stack, go to Settings > Stack. The General section on the left displays the basic info of your stack. You can edit the Name and Description of the stack from here. On the right, under API Credentials, you will see the stack’s API key and access token fields as well as quick links to the API reference.
Only the owner/creator of the stack has the permission to delete the stack. To delete a stack, go to Settings > Stack, and click Delete Stack.