The Share Feature Overview will provide users with general information on the Sharing Enhancements for Digital Media Hub.

What can be shared

Assets and Collections are the two object types that can currently be shared. Quotes, Packages, Orders and Invoices will also be supported in the future.

Limits on Asset Sharing

  • The asset must be viewable by the sharer via their content filters

Limits on Collection Sharing

  • The Collection must have at least one viewable asset

  • The sharer must be the Collection owner

Who can create a share

Only logged-in users can create a share. In addition to being logged into Digital Media Hub, the user must also have the following:

  • The correct permissions (see Creation of shares below for permission details)

  • Access to the object they want to share:

  • For Assets, access means the user can view the Asset

  • For Collections, access means the user is the owner

Who can receive a share

When a share is created, the sharer can enable it for different recipient groups, these include the following:

  • Individual Internal User: A list of registered users

  • Account Users: All registered users that belong to a particular Account

  • All Site Users: All registered users for a specific Digital Media Hub

  • External Users: Anyone with a share URL can access the Asset/Collection

  • Public: Allows any external or internal user to access the object. External users must still use the share URL, but internal users can use a standard object URL

The recipient options that the sharer will see when creating the share depend on their permissions (see Creation of shares below for permission details)

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