Overview of Experience Cloud Assets

Experience Cloud Assets provide a single, centralized repository of marketing-ready assets that you can share across applications. An asset is a digital document, image, video, or audio (or part thereof) that can have multiple renditions and can have subassets (for example, layers in a Photoshop file, slides in a PowerPoint file, pages in a PDF, files in a ZIP).

Asset services include:

  • Asset storage, management interface, embedded selection interface (accessed through applications).
  • Integrations with Creative Cloud, Experience Cloud collaboration, and Experience Cloud applications.

Using assets improves consistency and brand compliance, and speeds time to market. You can streamline workflows in applications:

  • Social: Publish to social properties, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+
  • Target: Create experiences for A/B and multivariate tests.
  • Media Optimizer: Develop ad units across different channels and campaigns
  • Campaign: Place assets into email newsletters and campaigns.

In Experience Cloud Assets, you can:

Navigate to Experience Cloud Assets

Navigate to Experience Cloud Assets

Access the toolbar

Navigate to an asset (or asset directory), then select Select.

The toolbar provides quick access to features, including Search, Timeline, Renditions, Edit, Annotate, and Download.

Access the toolbar

Edit assets

Editing an asset enables features, including:

  • Crop
  • Rotate
  • Flip

Edit assets

Search for assets

You can search by keyword, file type, size, last modified, publish status, orientation, and style.

Search for assets

Annotate assets

Select Annotate by drawing circles or arrows on an image, and annotate the asset for review by coworkers.

Annotate assets

View full-screen assets, and zoom

Select Views > Image to view the full asset image and enable zoom.

View full-screen assets

View asset properties

Choose between card view with properties, list view, and column view to more easily to find your assets.

Select Views > Properties to view an asset’s properties:

View asset properties

Run usage reports

See the number of users, storage used, and total assets.

Select Tools > Reports > Usage Report

Run usage reports

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