Automatically Tag Assets Upon Upload (Automated Tags)

If enabled Bynder can automatically extract metadata from your assets to create tags. This AI-powered feature can identify thousands of objects and analyze facial expressions to accurately assign your assets the correct tags.

Automated tags are only generated for assets uploaded via the regular uploader within the DAM. They are not generated via the Waiting Room, Mass Upload, or API.

Shortly after upload, the automated tags will be available under the Automated Tags section of the asset detail screen, and the top 25 automated tags will be displayed in the smart filter. While you can't add new automated tags, you can delete them.  

The automated tags are not visible on the upload screen. After upload, it might take a while before they are available in the Automated Tags section of the asset detail view.

You cannot batch-remove automated tags; they must be deleted from an individual asset.

Another method to add tags is to create your own tags manually. 

How to enable this feature in your portal?

Contact your Customer Success Manager to enable this feature in your portal. 

How to Automatically Tag Assets Upon Upload

  1. Navigate to your Portal.
  2. Upload Assets via the Main uploader. 
  3. The automated tags will not appear on the upload screen.
  4. Once assets are uploaded, you can view the automated tags in the individual asset> asset detail view>  Automated Tags section. 
    • The top 25 automated tags will be displayed in the smartfilter. 

FAQ

How do I add Automated Tags to assets that existed in my portal before I enabled this feature?

Contact your Customer Success Manager, who can provide information on adding automated tags retroactively.

Why are assets labeled with unrelated tags, and is it possible to limit specific keywords?

Bynder's Automated tag feature runs on Amazon Rekognition, so we cannot specify why assets may have irrelevant keywords. Unfortunately, specific keywords cannot be restricted. You can remove automated tags. 

 

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