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If your #Joomla Control panel is getting cluttered, simply unpublish any unneeded or unwanted admin modules that are published in your Active administrator template. How to do that is what today's #maintenancemonday is all about.



- This is a Maintenance Monday live stream on the Basic Joomla Tutorials YouTube channel, episode #30.
- The host, Tim Davis, plans to show how to fix something but is experiencing difficulties, so he's addressing another topic in the meantime.
- Tim discusses managing modules in the Joomla control panel.
- He mentions that the control panel can become cluttered as you add extensions, each of which may have its own modules or notifications.
- Tim demonstrates how to manage these modules by going to Extensions > Modules in the administrator area.
- He explains that you can filter modules by position and sort them.
- To unpublish a module, you simply click the checkmark.
- Tim highlights that this helps keep the Joomla admin area tidy, especially on smaller screens.
- He briefly discusses the possibility of hiding modules on mobile devices and suggests exploring this in another topic.
- Tim mentions receiving questions about adding components to the left menu in the Joomla backend but isn't sure how to do it.
- He expresses gratitude for viewers' support, encourages them to subscribe, like, and ring the bell for notifications, and invites them to stay for further discussions.

(Note: Some parts of the transcript contain technical details that may not be relevant in a bullet point summary.)

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Tim Davis is the founder and owner of Cybersalt.
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