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Article number: 301015
Last updated: 08 May 2014

Asset List

An Asset List is a group of  assets used on a page or multiple pages. You can create lists of External Links, Internal Links, or Download Files. Each List can only hold one type of Asset.

If you cannot access Asset Lists you will need to change your User Group Rights. Please consult your system administrator.

Create a New Asset List

  1. In the Configure Tab select Lists from Page Elements. 
  2. This will open the Asset Lists section in the desktop area.
  3. In the Type column select the relevant type of Asset List you want to create from the dropdown and enter a Name for the list (note: the list name should be relevant to the list).
  4. Click Add.
  5. The list will appear in the Asset list (in alphabetical order).
  6. To add asset to the list select Edit in the Actions column.
  7. This will open the Asset List Editor.
  8. Find the assets you want to include in your list using the Search field of the Asset Tree and double click the asset to add to the list.
  9. The list can be reordered using the up and down buttons.
  10. Click Save and close the window.

 

Edit an Existing Asset List

  1. In the Edit tab select Lists from the Libraries.
  2. This will open the Asset Lists section in the desktop area.
  3. Find the list you want to change and select Edit.
  4. This will open the Asset List Editor.
  5. To remove an asset from the list, select the asset in the Selected Pages section and click the X button.
  6. To add a new asset, find in the asset tree and double click the asset to add to the list.
  7. Click Save and Close.

 

Asset List Usage

  1. In the Edit tab select Lists from the Libraries.
  2. This will open the Asset Lists section in the desktop area.
  3. Find the list you want and select Usage.
  4. This will open the Asset List Usage window, a list of pages and news articles where the asset list is used will be shown.
  5. You can go to the page by selecting the Edit function.

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