How it works Start Tour Digital Toolkit Search Page Brand Portal Digital Asset Management (DAM) Content Management (CMS) Posts and the Writing tool Links (New) Collaboration File Transfers Embeds Licencing Content Attribution Brand Guidelines Attachments Passwordless (New) Multi-lingual Multiple Portals (New) Content Syndication (New) Parter/Stakeholder Network (New) Personalisation Batch Editing/Tagging Image Auto-tagging People and Access Public Uploads Interactive Map Search Reporting and Analytics New in 2 All Features Custom Design* Brand-Safe™ Integrations
Available in Brandkit 1. Coming soon in Brandkit 2
Get more content, more easily
A Public Upload page, in your Brand Portal, allows trusted users to securely contribute high resolution images, video and the like. Run Photo Contests, collect UGC, enable staff uploads, and more with a customisable Public Upload page.
How it works
(1) Users navigate to the Public Upload page in the Brand Portal
The Public Upload page is only available in the Brand Portal whether the account is Private (invitation only) or Publicly accessible, if the Public Upload option is turned on in your account configuration.
(2) Pick Files.
You can upload one or more files from your device, an integrated online storage services, from a URL and even from directly from your smartphone camera.
(3) User completes the metadata form, accepts terms, and submits.
Most form fields are optiopnal. The Licence field and acceptance of terms are mandatory, and the account owner sets the Licence and Terms, so is control of what usage rights you get with contributed content.
(4) Users are the shown a Confirmation and Thank you page.
Once an upload has been submitted a Thank you page is shown listing the files uploaded and the submitted metadata. In additionan email is sent to the contributor to acknowledge the upload.
(5) Admins are notified
Admins are notified (by email and To Dos) and the uploaded files appear in the Asset Library as new Unapproved Assets. Admins then curate the uploads, deciding which are acceptable and which are not. Admins can edit metadata, read comments, approve or delete at their discretion.
(6) Submitted files are saved.
Submitted files are saved to the Asset library as an Unapproved Assets, with metadata provided by the contributor in the upload form they completed.
(7) Admins can then edit and approve
Once uploaded files are saved as Assts, account Admins can edit, classify, tag and approve to publish to their Portal(s) for distribution, or reject and delete.