Add Content

Summary

Before you can build a Content Track, you need to upload your content! Upload content assets to the Content Library individually, or in bulk to save time.

We recommend taking the time to tag and edit your content as you upload it. This ensures your Content Library stays organized, and you’re always ready to build a new Content Track!

Note
Unsure of what types of content you can upload? Click here to learn what content types PathFactory supports.

The process for uploading content:

  • Add content assets to Content Library

    • using URLs (for web-based content)

    • direct upload from your computer

  • Configure public and internal content details

  • Apply suggested Smart Topics

 

Want a video walkthrough? Check out this video from our client success team.

 


Web-based Content Assets

  1. In your Content Library, click on the Add Content button in the top right corner.
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  2. To add an asset from a website click on the Enter URLs button.
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  3. Copy and paste the desired web address into the box.

    Note
    You can bulk add web addresses by clicking Enter multiple URLs and then pressing your Enter key after each line.

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  4. Click Add Web Addresses.

    Note
    If you use a URL without including either http:// or https://, the content asset will use http:// by default.
    This can be changed later in the Source URL field in the content configuration window.
    Click here to learn more about HTTP and HTTPS protocol.

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Files from your Computer

  1. In your Content Library, click on the Add Content button in the top right corner.
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  2. To add files from your computer, click on the Upload Files button.
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  3. You can click within the box to select a file from your computer, or you can drag and drop a file into the box.
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  4. Once you have selected all desired files click Open.

    Note
    You can select multiple files by holding down the Command key (Mac) or the Control key (Windows) while selecting files.

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Updated on July 10, 2022

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