In the Experience Manager interface, group labels can serve as a visual cue that several properties are related.

Group labels are only used to provide additional context in the editing interface of Experience Manager and do not affect rendering in the front-end application. Group labels are optional.

One use of group labels is to give the content administrator information about properties that they need to configure the cartridge. For example, if a template defines properties that are required in order to render the content properly, you can indicate these with a descriptive group label so that the content administrator can easily identify the required fields in Experience Manager.

The editor panel in Experience Manager includes a default heading of "Section settings." This heading includes the required Name field and the read-only group of a template, as well as any properties that are defined before the first group label.

To add a group label to the editor panel:

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