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An additional option of "don't expire" alongside the existing expiry options when sharing assets
Hello. It would be great if there was a feature to add watermarks to images in a specific folder. Thanks Tabatha
When adding multiple attributes to a filter, be able to choose whether to combine them using 'AND', "OR' or 'NOT'.
Allow admins to be able to view account-wide usage, such as: Most/least downloaded assets Most/least active users Most/least viewed assets To help with feeding back into the asset creation process, and to help identify users who aren't getting the full value from Dash.
Allow you to search for a Portal in the list, so we can more easily find records.
Control who can download images in order to protect asset ownership and avoid copyright infringement
For example, if a company has an asset representing a product, and that product comes in two colours, each requiring their own assets, there should be a solution to this in Dash. The right version of the asset will need sharing so the information is visible to the recipient - it can't be a single asset with a multiple select checkbox showing all the options, as there needs to be assets for each version specifically stating the data for that version.
Currently it is not possible to remove basic file information from share pages. This means that public visitors can see things like how many times a file has been downloaded, when it was first uploaded etc. This information, depending on the use of the portal, can be sensitive, and so it would be good to be able to hide if desired.
For internal and/or external users to be able to comment on assets in a collection for the purposes of collaboration
Showing linked assets as thumbnails on the Asset Details page
For example, adjusting brightness, saturation, rotation, crop
It would be useful to have an actual app you can download on the app store. It would be less clunky and more efficient than using a web based app. Many of our team members use their phones to download assets and post to social media.
Ability to limit the usage/visibility of certain fields to specific folders.