Asset Library Landing Page
The Konvert™ Asset Library landing page was design with an enhanced user experience in mind and options for customization. The Asset Library landing page includes:
- Asset Library Name: Displays the name of the asset library. The name can be modified in edit mode.
- Search Feature: Offers the ability to filter by categories, tags and asset types when searching for files.
- Featured Categories: Displays up to four featured categories; can be turned on or off.
- Recently Added Files: Displays the five most recently added files; can be turned on or off.
- All Categories: Allows users the ability to select and view all files in that category.
- Administrator Edit Mode: Provides administrators with the ability to edit the view directly from the landing page.
In this article, we will explain:
- How to access the Asset Library landing page
- How to change the Asset Library name
- The Search feature
- Featured Categories
- Recently Added
- All Categories
ACCESS THE ASSET LIBRARY LANDING PAGE
To access the Asset Library landing page (Fig. 2), click the drop-down menu in the top-left corner of the page and click the Asset Library link (Fig. 1).
Figure 1. The Asset Library link
Figure 2. The Asset Library landing page
NOTE: The name of the Asset Library will be different in the menu if it has already been changed by an Administrator.
ASSET LIBRARY NAME
The Asset Library Name is displayed at the top of the Asset Library landing page (Fig. 2). To edit the name, turn on edit mode by clicking the Edit Mode toggle (Fig. 3) in the top-right corner of the page. Click the pencil icon (Fig. 4) located to the right of the Asset Library Name. Edit your Asset Library Name in the edit name field (Fig. 5) and click the Save Title button.
Figure 3. The Edit Mode toggle
Figure 4. The pencil icon
Figure 5. The edit Asset Library name field
The Search feature (Fig. 6) allows users to easily search for assets and filter by Categories, Tags and Asset Types. Users can type in their search criteria and hit enter or click the magnifying glass icon on the left side of the search bar. Users can also select from the Categories, Tags and Asset Types drop-down menus to further filter their search results. Search bar criteria can be cleared by clicking the “X” on the right side of the search bar.
Figure 6. The Search feature
The Featured Categories section (Fig. 7) displays up to four categories. Users can click on the category to pre-filter the Digital Asset Library with assets from that category. Administrators can edit their featured categories or turn this feature on or off by clicking on the Edit Mode toggle (Fig. 3) in the top-right corner of the page. To turn featured categories on or off, click the on/off toggle (Fig. 8) located in the top-right corner of the Featured Categories section. To edit your featured categories, click on the pencil icon (Fig. 4).
To learn more about editing Featured Categories, visit the Manage Featured Categories article.
Figure 7. The Featured Categories section
Figure 8. The on/off toggle
The Recently Added section (Fig. 9) displays the five most recent files to which the user has access. Administrators can turn this section on or off by clicking the Edit Mode toggle (Fig. 3) in the top-right corner of the page, and by clicking the on/off toggle (Fig. 8) located in the top-right corner of the Recently Added section.
Figure 9. The Recently Added section
The All Categories section (Fig. 10) displays all categories available to a user. Users can click on the category to pre-filter the Digital Asset Library with assets from that category. Administrators can edit or add categories by clicking on the Edit Mode toggle (Fig. 3) in the top-right corner of the page, and by clicking on the pencil icon (Fig. 4) located in the top-right corner of the All Categories section.
To learn more about adding and editing categories, visit the Adding and Managing Categories article.
Figure 10. The All Categories section