Click Other in the main menu, then select Media from the drop-down.
The Media Manager houses all of the media that you've uploaded to use in your campaigns. There's also a button you can use to upload new media.
Your media assets will appear on the right-hand side. Each info pane will show you the following information:
- A thumbnail of the asset
- The name of the asset
- The file type of the asset
- The dimensions of the asset
- The file size of the asset
If you hover over the asset, you'll see additional options for managing the asset.
Additional Media Options
By hovering over any of your assets, you'll see the date the asset was added to your library. You'll also get these additional options:
If you're using ShortStack for Teams to grant access of your feeds to other teammates, clicking Permissions (the padlock icon) is where you can set the specific access levels for your team members.
Copy URL to Clipboard
By clicking Copy URL to Clipboard (the chainlink icon), you will automatically copy a direct link to the media asset to your computer's clipboard, to easily use in a campaign.
Full Size View
Click the icon to view the asset at full size.
Use the Search field in the top-left corner of the page to look through your media assets using a single word or phrase. The Tag field allows you to search through your assets by simply typing in a tag that's attached to one or more assets. Your results will automatically be displayed on the right.
All of your filtering options appear on the left-hand side; you can use any combination of options to show the exact media assets that fit all of your filter criteria. As you select options, the selected assets appear on the right in real time. Your options are:
In the File Type filter, you can select your assets by file type. The available file types are jpeg, png, gif, pdf, mp3, css, js, and xml.
If you're looking for assets with specific dimensions, you can do so using these fields - the first field allows you to search by width (in pixels) and the second by height.
To sort the media assets, click the button next to the number of assets at the top. Your options are to sort your assets by Newest, and Oldest.
Uploading a New Media Asset
To add a new media asset to your library, click the Upload button in the top-right corner of the screen.
This will bring up a file selector on your computer. You can click to select one file, or if you need to upload multiple at once, just Ctrl-Click (on PC) or Cmd-Click (on Mac) to select more than one. Click Open in the bottom-right to add the selected files to your media library.
Working With Assets
There are a couple other options available when working with media assets; you'll see the bar appear up top when you've clicked on an asset or assets to highlight them.
Clicking the Tag button will allow you to add tags to all of the selected media assets. It also has an area that shows you all the tags already applied to the assets. Just type the tags you wish to add (with a comma between each) and then click the blue Save button.
The other available option is a way to delete multiple assets at once; click each asset to highlight it, then click the Delete button up top. You'll be asked to type in a short phrase to confirm, then click the red Delete button to finalize the deletion.
Note: Deleting media assets is permanent, so make absolutely sure you no longer need the assets before deleting them.