Zooming into Images

If you need to examine an image in detail you can do so from the File Overview page. You can magnify an area by clicking on the image, or by using a two-finger pinch action on the trackpad or by scrolling the mouse wheel. Images can be magnified up to a maximum of 500% and you can can instantly zoom in and out of small image details by double-clicking the image.

Viewing a File's Information

Any useful information about a file such as metadata and keywords is accessible from the tabs to the right of the File Overview page. The fields available within the tabs are configured by your system administrator.

Standard Fields

File metadata is stored in the ‘File Info’ tab, which is subdivided into ‘Details’, ‘Upload Info’ and ‘Fields.’ These menus can be expanded or collapsed by selecting their titles.

Project Information

Project Information is accessible from the 'Project' tab. The Project Hero Image is displayed as a header. Selecting this will take you through to the Project Overview page.

Project Information fields like description, client and completion date are displayed in the 'Project Info' header, whereas your Project Keywords are listed underneath.

File Keywords

File Keywords are accessible from the 'Keywords' tab. You can create and attach new Keywords to a File from this view in three ways.

The first way to do this is via the Suggested Keywords section. Suggested Keywords highlighted in dark blue are those that already exist in your taxonomy. These can be attached by simply clicking on the term. Suggested Keywords highlighted in light blue are those that do not already exist in your taxonomy. By selecting a light blue keyword, you will be prompted to create a new Keyword and add it to your taxonomy by assigning it to a Keyword Category. Learn more about Suggested Keywords in this article.

The second way to attach a Keyword is via the Your Taxonomy search bar. If the Keyword you are searching for doesn't exist, you will be prompted to create this Keyword. You will then need to choose a Keyword category to assign the Keyword to. Once created, this Keyword will be auto-assigned to the File you are on.

The third way to create and attach a Keyword is by clicking the + icon next to the relevant Keyword category. Once a Keyword has been created in this way, you will still need to apply it to the File by simply clicking it.

Learn more about creating Keywords from the File Info page, here.

Note: You will need the relevant permissions to both create and apply keywords.

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