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Configuring OpenAsset: Building a Successful Keyword Structure

Published on 9th March 2017 at 15:28 by Jason Janicki

Configuring OpenAsset: Building a Successful Keyword Structure

Searching and finding files is one of the most important functions of OpenAsset. Prior to using OpenAsset, many of our clients managed images in a folder structure where the metadata is limited to filenames and folder names, which is difficult to scale as a means of managing and finding files. With OpenAsset, you have…

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AI Features Coming to OpenAsset in 2017

Published on 2nd February 2017 at 14:35 by John Louis Swaine

AI Features Coming to OpenAsset in 2017

OpenAsset is an indispensable marketing and organizational tool that is used and loved by over 600 companies. Within our team, we have a pretty good understanding of why that’s the case: it’s because the more you use OpenAsset, the more useful it becomes.  

As a result we spend a lot of our time trying to make it…

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Why Metadata Matters

Published on 21st April 2016 at 19:07 by Nikki Dever

Why Metadata Matters

Metadata is data that describes other data. For example, the date stamp on a physical, printed photograph is technically metadata. Now that photos and videos are digital, metadata is much easier to capture and leverage. Digital asset management systems provide tools to tag images with metadata that makes images…

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Simplifying Keyword Structures: 8 Tips for creating an optimized DAM keyword structure

Published on 28th April 2014 at 11:05 by Jason Janicki

Simplifying Keyword Structures: 8 Tips for creating an optimized DAM keyword structure

Even though I am going to tell you to keep your DAM keyword structure simple, you are probably still going to create a big spreadsheet with lots and lots of keywords because you are envisioning the dream DAM. So go for it! Create a spreadsheet : )

Column headers should be your file keyword categories (like “Type of…

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