Community content creates a wider variety of assets for you to choose from while building a project and is also a space for you to share things you have made. Creations published as open-source templates can be found in the Community Content window. These templates can be small models, packages of props, scripts, or fully scripted objects.
Any template in community content has to be imported into the project before it can be used.
In the default project view, the Community Content window is open in the bottom panel, along with Core Content and Project Content.
If the window is closed, open it by clicking View in the top menu bar and selecting Community Content.
By default, community content displays the most recently published templates first. The left and right arrows below the displayed content can be used to get more results.
The search bar at the top of the Community Content window can be used to find specific templates.
Click on any template to see more details about it, including a description and screenshots.
A template can be imported through the project directly from the search page, by clicking the Import button.
Imported templates can be found in the Core Content window, in a folder called Imported Content. Imported content will initially appear with the grey mixed package icon. You can click this, or the name of the template in the Core Content navigation to access the template.
To use the template in your project, click and drag the green template icon into the Main Viewport or the project Hierarchy. This will automatically add it to the Project Content window.