Configure your Content

Once you have added content assets to your Content Track, you are able to alter how these assets appear within the given Content Track.

Note
Configuring your content assets within a Content Track will not affect how they appear in other tracks.
If you want to change how your content appears across all Content Tracks, see how to edit content.

Edit Thumbnail Image

Changing an asset’s thumbnail image within a specific Content Track is a great way to reuse an asset in different contexts while maintaining track-specific designs.

  1. Select the content asset you want to edit. The configuration window will open on the right.
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  2. Click the thumbnail image to change the image.
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  3. Select a new image and click Save, or click Upload to add a new image from your computer.
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Edit Title and Description

Changing an asset’s title within a specific Content Track is a great way to reuse an asset in multiple contexts while maintaining track-specific messaging.

  1. Select the content asset you want to edit. The configuration window will open on the right.
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  2. Click Content Title Override to edit the content title.
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  3. Type in the new asset name and click Update.
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  4. Click Content Description Override to edit the asset’s description.
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  5. Type in the new asset description and click Update.
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Edit Engagement Score

  1. Select the content asset you want to edit. The configuration window will open on the right.
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  2. Click Engagement Score.
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  3. Change the engagement score by selecting a number from the Score drop-down menu. Click on + and  to increase or decrease the time threshold, or type a number directly in the box. Click Update to save your changes.
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Edit Media Type Specific Settings

There are two media types which can be configured at the asset level: PDF and video.

Note
Making asset-specific changes will only affect the presentation of the selected asset (ie. changes made to one PDF asset will not be applied to all other PDF assets in the track).

PDF: Change Start Page

  1. Select the Content Track you want to edit.
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  2. Select the content asset you want to edit. The configuration window will open on the right. The asset’s media type is shown as an icon image on the asset’s image.
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  3. Click PDF Start Page to change the page on which the PDF asset will open.
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  4. Use the + and  buttons to increase or decrease the page number, or type a number directly in the box. Click Update to save.
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Video: Change Start Time

  1. Select the Content Track you want to edit.
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  2. Select the content asset you want to edit. The configuration window will open on the right. The asset’s media type is shown as an icon image on the asset’s image.
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  3. Click Video Start Time to select the point at which the video asset will begin playing.
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  4. Use the + and  buttons to increase or decrease the start time, or type a number directly in the box. Click Update to save. 
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Note
This configuration is only available on YouTube videos.
YouTube no longer allows “Show related content” to be disabled on their videos, but the following steps will allow you to limit the related content shown to only videos from the same channel as the selected content asset.
  1. Select the Content Track you want to edit.
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  2. Select the content asset you want to edit. The configuration window will open on the right. Ensure the Media Type of the content asset is video.
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  3. Click Show Same Channel Video to change the toggle to the On position.
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Target Only: Open Last Content Asset in a New Tab

Note
This is a good option for including content assets which cannot be displayed in iFrames, as this opens the last asset outside of the Content Track.
Keep in mind: engagement data will not be collected for the content asset which is opened outside of the Content Track.
  1. Select the Content Track you wish to edit.
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  2. Click the last content asset in the track. The configuration window will open on the right.
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    Note
    This option only appears on the asset in the last position in a track. Drag and drop the desired asset into the last position, if it is not already there.
  3. Click Open in a New Tab.
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  4. Click the box Open in a new tab when set to last position. Click Update to save. 
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Recommend Only: Prevent Content Asset from Appearing in Promoters

Use this option when you want to include a content asset in your Recommend Content Track but do not want it to appear in promoters.

Note
This option is track-specific; using it will not prevent the content asset from being promoted in other Content Tracks.
  1. Select the Content Track you want to edit.
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  2. Select the content asset you want to edit. The configuration window will open on the right.
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  3. Click Include in Promoters to switch the toggle to the off position.
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Updated on July 10, 2022

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