Related Assets


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The Related Assets tool enables admins and contributors to link assets together – meaning that if you’re viewing an asset, previews of its related assets will appear in the right panel. (Those previews will not appear if the user doesn’t have permissions for the asset.)

You can also use Related Assets to control which assets are eligible for use in Webdam Templates.


To relate one asset to many assets:

  1. Log in to the core application.

  2. Select the asset you would like to relate to others.

  3. From the right navigation panel, click Add Related.


  4. The Asset Chooser allows you to navigate to any folder in your Webdam account and view the assets within. Simply click the assets you want to relate to your previously selected asset.

  5. Click Save when finished.

To relate multiple assets to each other:

  1. From the Thumbnail View, hold down CNTL (PC) or Command (Mac) and select the assets that will relate to each other. (To select a range of assets, select the first asset in the set, hold down SHIFT and select the last asset in the set.) 

  2. Click the  icon on the actions toolbar.

  3. Choose Relate X Assets
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    Sharon Tamplain

    Why can't you relate images that are deactivated?

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    Keith Clements

    Is there no way to "un-relate" assets?

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    Regina Strauss

    I am trying to relate assets together using the results of a search query. I select all the assets from the search query that I would like to relate, go to click 'Edit Selected Assets' button but I do not get a drop down menu. Am I limited to only relating multiple assets together if they live in the same folder?

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    Bill Keiffer

    Hello Regina,

    You can indeed relate assets across different folders. When you click on an asset, you'll see the "Add Related" link on the right hand side. In the following window, you can select assets in that folder, and navigate to other folders with the 'breadcrumbs' navigation across the top.

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    Christine Zhu

    Is it possible to "select all" related assets so you can be more efficient about editing metadata, etc?

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    Bill Keiffer

    Hi Christine,

    I'm afraid not, related assets don't come together in the metadata editor.

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