Brightspot CMS User Guide

Providing menus for viewing asset activity


Your site’s subscribers can review their asset activity by viewing special pages you publish through Brightspot. For example, the following image shows assets that a subscriber shared through your site.

The left rail shows the menu My Assets with two menu items: All Assets and Shares. The following procedure describes how to add such a menu and menu items to your site’s navigation.

To provide menus for viewing asset activity:

  1. In the header, click add.
  2. In the Create widget, select Page Navigation. A content edit page appears.
  3. In the Name field, enter a name for the navigation item.
  4. Under Items, click add_circle_outline, and select Assets Navigation Item. A form appears.
  5. In the Title field, enter a name for the navigation item.
  6. Toward the right of the widget, select more_horiz > Sub-navigation.
  7. Under Sub Navigation, click add_circle_outline, and select one of the following:
    • All Assets Link—Adds a menu item for listing all the subscriber’s assets. The list includes assets that do not require approval or for which approval was granted.
    • Asset Requests Link—Adds a menu item for listing the subscriber’s pending asset requests.
    • Asset Shares Link—Adds a menu item for listing assets that the subscriber shared with someone else.
  8. In the Text field, enter text to appear in the menu item.
  9. Click Publish.
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