In Content, there is no folder structure to organize content items and assets. It uses metadata, tags, and categories to classify your content items and assets. Search and filter options to help you find related content items in a way that makes sense to you.
Tag your content and assets
Tags classify your content and make it easier for other people to find your content. Users can search and filter their search results by using the tags that you add to your content. Content AI capability generates tags when you upload an asset. You can edit these tags or add your own. Content identifies AI tags for the following:
- Image types less than 50 MB: PNG, JPEG, BMP, GIF, and TIF.
- File types: HTML, TXT, PDF, DOC, and DOCX.
The generated AI tags are added as metadata for your asset but not to the original metadata. However, the search uses both asset tags and file tags.
AI can also analyze any text elements in your content. Only English is supported. To do this, click Analyze in the tag section of a content form. If a tag you think is relevant to the content is removed, you can manually add it back.
When you add or change the text in some content, the relative importance of existing tags can change. After you make changes AI tags that are not relevant are removed, and new tags are added.
Search for content items and assets
The search bar is the simplest way to find content items and assets. When you type in a word or phrase, any content items or assets related to your search are displayed. Search is a great way to find content items or assets quickly. For a more controlled experience, you can use the filter feature as well.
The simplest filter option you can choose is to view just assets or just content items. Applying filters is the first step when searching for the asset or content you want to edit. Apply extra filters to a list by clicking Filter. The available filters will change as you apply different filters or search terms. You can narrow down your search even further.
So, there you have it. These are all the ways you can use tags and categories to classify your content and assets. The more time you spend classifying content, the less time your teammates spend searching.