Organising files, making sure your team has access, and getting fast approvals is tricky. The best way is to bring files and feedback together in one place.

Cooperate's enterprise in-built asset manager ensures documents are tied to their associated projects or tasks, so everyone knows where to find them. You'll keep everything on brand by organising and sharing approved brand assets across the organisation.

Organising Assets with Labels and Collections

You can organise your assets in a variety of ways. You can use your usual marketing taxonomies such as Brands, Markets and Channels; you can also use labels and collections which are specific to the Asset Manager.

A Label is a way of categorising an asset by type, represented by a colour and term.

Labels can be anything that fits into your organisations setup and workflow. For example, a pharmaceutical company could relate them to content themes 'Family, Health or Tourism'.

Collections are similar to folders. You can have a parent collection, with sub collections below these.

The label names and collections can be amended at any stage in Asset Manager Settings.

Adding Assets

To get started, you'll need to add your Assets. You can follow a step-by-step guide here.

You can upload images, videos, documents and external links as assets from your desktop, google drive or dropbox.

Asset Manager View

You can view your assets in two ways List view or Grid View. You can choose which view from the button in the top left of the Asset Manager, next to the search bar.

Similar to the Calendar and All Tasks, you can use filters to find and update your Assets. This will depend on how you organise your assets, but you can filter by Brand, Channel, Label, Asset Type and more.

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