Use Filters to Search for Assets

The filters are commonly found in the top bar of the Assets overview. They aid in efficient asset search by refining options. By expanding the filters, you can view various choices and select options to narrow down your search. You can apply multiple filters simultaneously to enhance accuracy, such as taxonomy, tag, and Advanced filters.

Taxonomy filters rely on your metaproperties and options. The Advanced filter allows you to sort by asset type (e.g., video or document), file extension, dimensions, date added, or asset orientation (e.g., portrait or landscape). The Tags filter lets you search for specific tags assigned to assets.

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Combining multiple filters will show you the result according to the AND logic: in the example above, the filtered view will display assets tagged with Asia, Spring, AND Documents. This means that assets that only satisfy some (and not all) of the filtering conditions won't be shown.

When you close your filters to view the results, your filter selection remains visible in the top bar to help you track the filters you applied.

You can save your filter selection to save time finding and applying the same filters the next time you want to find the same set of assets.

Clear Filters

  1. Select click Screenshot 2024-03-27 at 2.25.11 PM.png to clear all of the select filters.
  2. When you select Screenshot 2024-03-27 at 2.25.11 PM.png the Asset Bank the Order by order will remain unchanged.
  3. To remove individual filters select Screenshot 2024-03-27 at 2.26.18 PM.pngnext to the filter name. 

Smart Filters

Better organize your filters by using Smart Filters. With Smart Filters, you can display multiple metaproperties in one drop-down menu item, which makes your portal more user-friendly. 

Filters in Compact View

You can also use filters in the Compact View when you relate assets.

 

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