Projects & Subfolders: When you first log in, you are greeted by the Project Dashboard.
With the Options button in the Project Menu bar, you can search by Project titles, as well as sort projects Alphabetically or by Date Created, Size, User Count, and File Count. You can also chose between List and Grid View.
Once inside a Project, you will be able to see a Master List of Projects in the left menu panel.
You can create Subfolders within Projects and other subfolders, by right-clicking or choosing the gear icon and selecting 'New Folder'.
User access is controlled at the Project level, so if a user has access to a Project, they also have equal access to all Subfolders.
Delete a Project: If you are an Administrator, Project Manager, or Project Owner, you will be able to Delete a Project by selecting it in the Projects page and then selecting the 'gear icon' on the far right of the panel.
Moving Files Across Projects: To Move or Copy files across Projects, simply drag and drop assets from the Project you are in to a folder in the Project Tree List on the left side. Users will need View and Edit Permissions on the Project they are moving the file from, and Upload Permissions on the project they are moving the media to.
Search: MediaSilo also has powerful search tools built into our platform. Our Quick Search will search a file's title, description, project, tags and transcripts to match your search query.
Tags: Tags are a powerful way to organize visual media, because they allow you to apply an unlimited number of sortable and searchable text tags to an asset. You can add a tag to an asset in the Info Panel on the right.
Click a tag once to display all assets with that tag, and click again to remove the sort. Select multiple tags to sort for files that have all of those tags. Select Multiple assets, and you will see Common Tags that the assets share.
Filters: Filters are a quick and simple way to instantly organize the assets across an entire project by specific Tags, Users who performed Uploads, Approval Status, and File Types. The number of assets in each specific category appear in parentheses, and clicking on the link narrows your view to those particular assets.
If you select the Gear Icon to the right of each Filter, you can also filter your Filters Alphabetically or by Count.
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