Edit Public Configurations

You are given the ability to configure your content during the upload process, but you can make changes to your content later in the Content Library.

Thumbnail Image

  1. Click on the thumbnail image to open edit mode.
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  2. Select a new image, or click Upload to add a new image from your computer.

    Note
    The recommended size for thumbnail images is 400×300 px.

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  3. Select the desired image and click the Apply button. When an image is selected a yellow border will appear around it.

    Note
    The image may appear distorted in this window, but it will automatically be properly formatted once the change is applied.

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Title

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The Public Title is what will be displayed for your content assets in public-facing content tracks.

Note
The Public Title is always editable, but it won’t display in the Content Library or Analytics unless that option has been toggled on.
This can be found under Organization Settings.
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Click the Title to open edit mode. Remember to click Save when you’re done making changes.

Note
Content asset titles have a limit of 255 characters.

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Description

Click the Description to open edit mode. Remember to click Save when you’re done making changes.

Note
Descriptions only appear in the header of Content Tracks, if you have toggled on the header.

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Content Type

Click Content Type to open edit mode. Select an option from the drop-down menu. Click Apply.

Note
A content asset cannot have more than one content type.
Warning
If there are no content types to select, it means you have not yet set up your content type tags.
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Topics

Note
Topics can be made publicly visible in Recommend and Explore Content Tracks, so try to use topic tags that will be useful to your visitors.
  1. Click Topics to open edit mode.
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  2. You can type in a new topic, or select from the drop-down menu. Click Apply
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Source URL

If your content asset’s source URL changed, you are able to update it here.
Click Source URL to open edit mode.

Note
Clicking on the URL itself will open that webpage in a new tab.

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Custom URL Slug

Note
The URL Slug is the last part of the URL for that content asset when it is shown in a content track.

Click Custom URL Slug to open edit mode. When you are done making changes, click Apply.
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Warning
If the content asset was the selected asset when copying the sharing link for a content track, changing the URL Slug of the content asset will break the link everywhere you have already shared it.

Updated on June 28, 2022

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