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Organizing Content (Boards & Collections)

How to use Boards and Collections to organize assets

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Written by Alex Kracov
Updated over a week ago

Overview

Dock's content library organizes your assets with a two-level system— Boards & Collections.

  • Boards are internal pages that organize a number of Collections.

  • Collections are tags for assets.

Check out the infographic below to help explain this hierarchy system.

Here's an Example Using Teams

You can use this system to organize assets in a variety of different ways...


Boards

Boards are internal pages that organize a number of Collections. For example, you might have a board called Products, Sales or Customer Stories.

Boards are made up of Collections:

Collections

Collections are tags for assets. For example, you might have a collection called, "Customer Quotes". This collection would organize all of the content assets that feature a customer quote.

The "Customer Quote" collection would then be associated with the "Customer Stories" board.

Keep in mind the following as you organize your library:

  • Assets (aka content) can be associated with multiple collections

  • Assets don't need to be associated with a collection at all. They can be "orphan assets".

To learn how to add content to the library, click here.

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