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Content Pack Contributions

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Contributions are content packs that you create for the Cortex XSOAR marketplace, which are submitted to Cortex XSOAR for review and approval. After approval, these content packs are uploaded to the
, and are shared and installed like any other content pack. When creating new content such as playbooks, automations, incident types, and integrations, or when updating content, you can:
  • Create and submit content directly from Cortex XSOAR. For example, from a Playbook, click
    . You then have the option to submit the contribution for review or download the contribution and upload it, for example, to GitHub.
  • Submit a content pack of one or more items through the Cortex XSOAR Marketplace UI. When you create or edit content in Cortex XSOAR, that content is added to the
    Add Content
    section in the
    tab in the Marketplace. You can add content from this list to a content pack. From the
    tab in the Cortex XSOAR Marketplace, you can create, edit, submit, and delete content that you have submitted through the Marketplace.
  • Create a GitHub pull request on the public XSOAR Content Repository.
  • Submit Premium Content Packs through a private GitHub repository.
All users can contribute to the content pack, provided they have the correct authorizations.
When adding content to the content pack, Cortex XSOAR scans the content and automatically adds dependencies, which ensures that the content pack installs and runs correctly on all environments.
Although Cortex XSOAR scans and tests the content to ensure it works correctly, you need to review the content to ensure that all dependencies are incorporated and work as they should in the event that not all dependencies are added automatically. For example, when adding a phishing playbook, the incident type and layout should be automatically added. This enables you to add a phishing dashboard.

Review Process

The review process consists of the Cortex XSOAR team checking that your contribution meets code, documentation, naming, and other standards. You receive a form to complete asking for more information, such as certification, contact details, etc. The Cortex XSOAR team will be in touch with you during the review process.
During the review process you may be asked to make changes in the code, or for more data, metadata, dependencies, documentation, support and certification model, etc. You can anonymize your name if required.
When your contribution is approved it is uploaded to the
where other Cortex XSOAR users can view, download, and rate it. We encourage you to learn more about the contribution process.

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