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Asset Grid

Asset grids are used for all asset data pools in the portals. The actual available features of the asset grid depend on the configuration of the asset data pool. See asset pool configuration for details.

Asset Grid

The asset grid provides two options for navigating through the assets:

  • Navigation via Pimcore folder structure: The folder tree is based on Pimcore folder structure and depending on data pool workspace definition and user permissions. Clicking on a folder shows all elements located in this folder and any sub folders.
  • Navigation via Pimcore tags: The tag navigation is based on a sub tree of the Pimcore tags tree. The root tag for the tag navigation is defined via data pool configuration. If user selects multiple tags, the result set contains all elements that have all selected tags assigned.

Filtering

Asset Filtering

In addition to the navigation options, the asset grid also supports filters to further filter the result set. The filters allow filtering based on system and metadata attributes and need to be configured. Single or multi select filter are available.

Views

The asset grid provides two views:

  • Grid-View: Shows big preview and name of asset in a grid like view.
  • List-View:
    • Shows only a small preview of assets and additional attributes in a table like view.
    • The attributes can be system and metadata attributes and need to be configured in data pool configuration.
    • Only available when attributes are configured in data pool configuration.

Asset Grid List

Element Actions

Each element of the grid provides depending on configuration and user permissions a couple of actions. The actions can be applied on single elements and a selection of elements.

Add to Collection

Adds currently selected element(s) to a collection. The modal allows selecting an existing collection or create a new collection to add the element(s) to. See collections for details.

Add To Collection

Add to Download Cart

Adds currently selected element(s) to download cart. The modal allows specifying download format for asset and metadata. See download cart for details.

Add To Cart

(Mass) Download

Directly download selected element(s). The modal allows specifying download format for asset and metadata. Depending on the amount of the downloaded elements, the action starts a background tasks for preparing the ZIP for downloading.

Download

Public Share

Public share selected element(s). See public share fore details.

Delete

Delete currently selected elements. Depending on the amount of the deleted elements, the action starts a background tasks for deleting the elements.

Move / Relocate

Move selected elements to another folder. The modal allows selecting target folder to move the elements to. Only folders with corresponding permissions are selectable in the modal.

Move

Batch edit meta-data and tags

Batch edit tags and/or of meta-data for all selected elements(s). The editing modal provides following options:

  • For tag editing:
    • add: adding selected tags and keep existing tags of elements
    • overwrite: add selected tags and remove other possibly existing tags from elements
    • delete: remove selected tags from elements
  • For metadata editing
    • Apply new value: Default behavior, set new metadata value to all elements
    • Clear value: Metadata value will be emptied in all elements
    • Keep existing data: Sets new metadata value only to elements where existing metadata value is empty.

Batch Edit

The batch editing runs as background task.

Upload

There are two options for uploading assets depending on the configuration of the data pool.

The first option is to apply upload permissions to asset folders directly. As soon as a folder has upload permission, upload dialog as well as options to manage sub folders (create, rename, delete) are available for that folder.

Upload Buttons

The second option is to define a dedicated upload folder. See links for more Details.