Asset Hub

The Filerobot Asset Hub is a file explorer and manager for uploading, editing, categorizing, organizing and retrieving media assets. It provides a single administration interface for managing assets from different projects (multi-tenancy).

Before starting to upload assets into Filerobot, it is recommend to go through the Container settings and configure them accordingly.

Upload assets

The Filerobot uploader lets you choose assets from your device's storage, camera or screen. Upon upload, you can decide to optimise images by limiting their dimensions.

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Organize assets

Filerobot offers a robust multi-lingual metadata and tagging system to help you organize and classify your assets.

MetadataCreates metadata fields to help ogranizing your assets. Supports localization.
TagsAllows creation of pre-set tags for all assets in the container. Supports localization.
LocalizationAllows setting up multiple languages for your metadata and tags.

Asset visibility

You can configure the visibility of the asset either by setting a default visibility at folder level or by editing the visibility of individual assets. Following visibility levels are available:

Visibility levelDescription
PublicThese assets will be publicly visible by anyone via the Store and CDN URLs.
OrganisationThese assets can be seen by anyone logged in your Filerobot organisation.
PrivateThese assets can be seen by the owner or by users within the organisation if you have granted them permissions.
SecretThese assets can only be seen by their respective owners.
InheritRemove the visibility settings for these assets - the new visibility will be inherited from their parent folders or from the container settings.

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Container settings

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To enable versions for your assets and being able to see, restore, and use any of the previous saved version as latest, you have to enable the feature (turned off by default) there :

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Versions will be saved in either case, when you upload an image in the same folder with the same name, or when you modify the image with the integrated "Image Editor" widget.