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Admin Panel API for plugins

A Strapi plugin can interact with both the back end and the front end of a Strapi application. The Admin Panel API is about the front end part, i.e. it allows a plugin to customize Strapi's admin panel.

Admin panel customization

The administration panel of Strapi can be customized according to your needs, so you can make it reflect your identity.

API tokens configuration

Using API tokens allows executing a request on Strapi's REST API endpoints as an authenticated user.

Caddy Proxying

Learn how you can use a proxy application like Caddy to secure your Strapi application.

Custom fields

Learn how you can use custom fields to extend Strapi's content-types capabilities.

Documentation plugin

By using Swagger UI, the API documentation plugin takes out most of your pain to generate your documentation.

Email plugin

Send email from your server or externals providers.


Find some answers and solutions to most common issues that you may experience when working with Strapi.

GraphQL plugin

Use a GraphQL endpoint in your Strapi project to fetch and mutate your content.


The Internationalization plugin allows to manage content in different languages, called "locales". Once the Internationalization plugin is installed in a Strapi application (see Installing plugins via the Marketplace), administrators can manage locales from Settings icon Settings > Global settings > Internationalization.

Introduction to Releases

Introduction to the Releases feature that enables content managers to organize entries to publish/unpublish simultaneously

Managing individual assets

Instructions on how to manage assets uploaded to the Media Library, including editing, moving, and deleting assets, and cropping images.

Media Library

The Media Library displays all assets uploaded in the Strapi application. The Media Library settings allow controlling the format, file size, and orientation of uploaded assets. Those settings can be configured from Settings icon Settings > Global settings > Media Library.


Strapi models (i.e. content-types, components, and dynamic zones) define a representation of the data structure.

Organizing assets with folders

Instructions on how to use folders in the Media Library, including adding, editing, and deleting folders, and browsing their content.

Overview & Custom logo

The default Strapi logos, displayed in the main navigation of a Strapi application and the authentication pages, can be modified from Settings icon Settings > Global settings > Overview.


Strapi comes with built-in plugins (i18n, GraphQL, Users & Permissions, Upload, API documentation, and Email) and you can install plugins as npm packages.

Single Sign-On

Single Sign-On (SSO) can be made available on a Strapi application to allow administrators to authenticate through an identity provider (e.g. Microsoft Azure Active Directory). SSO configurations can be done from Settings icon Settings > Global settings > Single Sign-On.

SSO configuration

Strapi's SSO allows you to configure additional sign-in and sign-up methods for your administration panel. It requires an Enterprise Edition with a Gold plan.

Transfer tokens

* Administrators can create, read, update, or delete transfer tokens only if proper permissions are granted (see Configuring administrator roles).

Using Strapi plugins

Learn more about Strapi built-in plugins and how to use them from a developer perspective.