Feeds Tamper

The Feeds module to import data is not usable without Feeds Tamper. This module ensures, for example, that the data from your import file fits into a multiple field. You can then separate the terms with a comma in one column and the Feeds Tamper will then read this comma as for each new item.

Prepopulate

A module that allows you to transfer content from one node to a new node in another content type. You choose which fields you transfer. Suppose a visitor looks at a node (for example a product) and that you provide a request information button, about this product with a nodeform ....

Content Access

This module allows you to determine access at content type level.

Who is allowed to see, modify, create the nodes? Can be set per roll.

You go to your content type. A tab has been added with access rights.

Flag

If you want to change content, taxonmy, users, ... in the future, you can set a bookmark. So you can see in a view the items you selected.

The module has 2 built in types of flags; Bookmark for content and Follower for users. 

You can add a new one yourself eg. A to do list

CSV Importer

Add nodes into a content type.

The CSV file must have the machine names of the fields in the first row. Also look at het example the module provides. References (images) ust have a file ID to reference to. One can find this ID by making a view of the files.

Context

You can order your content display by using blocks, choosing to show or hide the blocks on content types, nodes, themes,.. This can lead to complex situations..

This module controls the blocks from the 'context' of what you see.

Devel

With this module you can quickly generate dummy content, menus, terms, users and vocabularies.
Install and enable the module.
Go to configuration - development.

Iframe

This module allows you to capture content from another site. For security reasons this is depreciated. Most of the browsers block this content. Therefore this module can not be used...unless you use another module... 'Allow site iframing'.

Diff

Drupal has a built in revision system to detect changes in the versions of content. You need to enable it. You can look at the versions in order to return to a previous one.

I made some mistakes here on purpose..

Entity Connect

If there is a reference in a content type towards other content, users, taxomomy terms,... you can only make the link if the referenced contents already exists.

This module makes it possible to edit existing content or to add new ones, without leaving the node.

Workbench moderation

Content can be maintained by a team. Permissions can be set by role. You can give access to somebody to produce a draft version of new content, without producing it. It needs a review of a publisher. The Workbench module (not this one) gives a view display of all the changes that have been made.