Content Assignment Report

The Content Assignment Report feature allows an AEM Screens administrator or an author to export a Content Assignment Report in a spreadsheet format.

Using Content Assignment Report

The Content Assignment Report allows an AEM Screens author or an administrator to download the report that contains all the assets such as images, videos in in all Channels created in an AEM Screens project. Additionally, it includes the information of the entire channels assigned to all designated displays and henceforth all the devices assigned to their designated Displays.

The Content Assignment Report not only allows a preview of all the Channels, Assets, Displays, and Devices in the selected AEM Screens project but also provides a high level structure of your project.


Before you download the Content Assignment Report, make sure you have set up an AEM Screens project with Channels, Locations, and Devices.
Refer to the following resources for more details:

  1. Creating and Managing Projects
  2. Creating and Managing Channels
  3. Creating and Managing Locations
  4. Creating and Managing Displays
  5. Creating Devices
  6. Assigning Channels

Downloading the Content Assignment Report

Once you have setup your AEM Screens project and have assigned displays to each of the locations as shown in the preceding steps, you are ready to download the Content Assignment Report.


The Content Assignment Report feature can only be accessed at the project level.

Follow the instructions below to download the Content Assignment Report:

  1. Navigate to your AEM Screens project and select the project DemoScreens.

  2. Click on Content Assignment Report from the action bar.


  3. The downloaded spreadsheet consists of two tabs such as Locations and Content. The Location tab displays four columns such as Locations, Displays, Channels, and Devices which can used to further investigate these four entities pertaining to your AEM Screens project.



    The displayed data in the spreadsheet is alphabetically sorted in an easy to read format.

  4. You can click on any of the channels from the Channels column to open the Content tab that will directly navigate you to that channel and will also provide you information on assets (images and videos) associated with that specific channel, as shown in the figure below.


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