Knowledge Center Enterprise Edition comes with Visual Shortcode Builder which can be used to build shortcodes.

using_shortcodes

You can use Visual Shortcode Builder to create specific groupings. For example, the following shortcode displays basic featured articles.

[std_articles filter="tax::kb_group::is::basic;attr::emd_article_featured::is::1;"]

The following shows the videos categorized as advanced:

[std_embed_wall filter="tax::kb_group::is::advanced;"]

The following shows the recent articles and sets the collection title as Recent Content:

[std_recent_articles set="glob::glb_recent_articles_title::is::Recent Content;"]
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Modified 3 years ago by eMDPlugins
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Modified 3 years ago by eMDPlugins
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Modified 3 years ago by eMDPlugins
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Modified 3 years ago by eMDPlugins
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