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Multifield in content fragment model

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Is it possible to add a multifield to a content fragment model?

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No,

We got super busy and kind of worked around this. A work around is make a content fragment model and then do a list and point to that content fragment.... for example if you wanted to have (and this is simple and part bad example) -- You have a Student that takes classes, instead of having a student model with a multifield for classes, you would have a class model and in student model you can have a multilist and point to each class.

As we request these types of things i think they will improve content fragments as well as experience fragments.