Studio release notes

July 23, 2019

 

Changes to Asset Library and Dynamic Content

In order to reduce maintenance time and build innovative new features faster, we’re removing some low usage features from Studio that no longer serve our users.

The following Asset Library features have been removed:

  • Replace assets in live creatives
  • Batch replace assets in Studio creatives
  • Folder move
  • Asset move

Two list views have been removed from the Dynamic Content tab:

  • Content Sources list view
  • Elements list view

Learn more about each of these changes below.

Asset Library features no longer available

Replacing assets in live creatives

Previously, you could replace an asset that’s used in one or more live creatives without editing the creatives themselves.
Instead, you can edit the creatives, then review, publish, and retraffic them.

Replacing an asset in multiple creatives at once

You can no longer replace an asset in multiple creatives with one Asset Library overwrite action. Previously, when you uploaded an asset with the same name as an existing asset, you could also choose to overwrite the asset in any creative it was used in.
Instead, you can manually upload a new image to the creatives you want to update.

Moving asset folders

You can no longer use the “Move to” action to move a folder.
Instead, download any assets in the folder you want to copy. Navigate to the folder you want to move to. Create a new folder, along with any subfolders. Upload the assets into the appropriate folders.

Moving assets

You can no longer use the “Move to” action to move an asset from one folder to another.
Instead, save the asset. Navigate to the folder you want to move it to, then upload the asset to that folder.

Dynamic Content features no longer available

View all content sources in your advertiser

Previously, you could navigate to your advertiser in the Dynamic Content tab, then click “Content sources” to see all of the content sources uploaded to your advertiser across all dynamic profiles.

Instead, open your advertiser in the Dynamic Content tab, then click “Transformed content”. All of the content sources in your advertiser appear in the “Content source” column.

 

View all elements in a profile

Previously, you could navigate to your advertiser in the Dynamic Content tab, then click “Elements” to see all of the elements used in your advertiser across all dynamic profiles.

Instead, open your advertiser in the Dynamic Content tab, then click “Transformed content”. All of the elements in your advertiser appear in the “Element” column.

 


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