Is it possible to have Netlify CMS manage Hugo Taxonomy Terms Templates?

Hugo has a nice feature for managing content on taxonomies: https://gohugo.io/templates/taxonomy-templates/#displaying-custom-metadata-in-taxonomy-terms-templates

As you can see in the docs there, it requires this folder structure: /content/<TAXONOMY>/<TERM>/_index.md

I can’t find a way to have Netlify CMS treat this as a collection, as Netlify CMS expects a flat list of files in a single-level folder.

Is there any way to have Netlify CMS manage files at two or more folder levels as a collection?

Hi @hughgrigg, I recommend asking in the cms dev slack: https://www.netlifycms.org/chat

You’ll find that’s where most of the CMS developers spend their time and you may be able to get your question answered there.

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