What are the different databases that are being used in a Feather template?

All the databases in Feather blogs.

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At the core, Feather is a blogging platform built on top of Notion. It uses your own Notion workspace as a CMS for your blog.

Notion Databases

Notion has this concept called databases. These will become the base of your Feather blog. If you don’t know what databases are, read this.
In short, think of databases as a spreadsheet table. Each row in the table is a new item. Each item has multiple columns representing different properties related to that item.
To take full advantage of Feather, you need four different Notion databases.

1. Content Database

The Content database is the primary database in Feather. This is where you write all your blog posts.

2. Pages Database

All your pages that are not blog posts can be added and edited from the Pages database.
For example, every website usually has an About page or Contact Us page, you can add those kinds of pages to the Pages database.
These kinds of pages are not exactly articles. They don’t have any relation to tags or authors. They can exist on their own.

3. Tags Database

You can organize your blog posts based on various tags. This Tags database is useful for that.

4. Authors Database

You can assign various authors to your blog posts. This Authors database is useful for that.
If you already know all of this or just want to start creating a blog with Feather, you can do so by following these simple steps.