Parent locations tab

The Parent locations tab shows you all the asset tree locations under which the current asset is located. You can peform the following actions from this screen:

Once you delete all parent locations, the asset is moved to the trash.

When you link an asset to a new parent location, you create a one-to-many relationship with the asset you are linking. The linked assets (or assets if there are child assets) show the same asset IDs across all parent locations.

  1. Select New location.

  2. Right-click on the new location in the asset tree and select Use Me.

  3. Select Save to link the asset to the new location.

Move an asset to a new location

Moving an asset removes the relationship to the current parent location and moves it to the new chosen location. You access the move action through the Actions  Move menu. Select …​ to open the actions menu.

The actions menu with the Move and Delete options shown.
Figure 1. Move option

To move an asset to a new location:

  1. Select Actions  Move next to the parent asset relationship you want to change.

  2. Right-click on the new location in the asset tree and select Use Me.

  3. Select Save to move the asset to the new location.

Delete an existing parent relationship

Deleting a parent relationship removes the relationship between the asset and its parent assets. Once you delete all parent relationships for an asset, the asset is moved to the trash.

You access the delete action through the Actions  Delete menu. Select …​ to open the actions menu.

The actions menu with the Move and Delete options shown.
Figure 2. Delete option

To delete an existing parent relationship:

  1. Select Actions  Delete next to the parent relationship you wish to delete.
    A message appears confirming that the relationship will be deleted.

    If you only have one parent relationship available and delete that relationship, the asset is moved to the trash. The asset will no longer be available on your website frontend.
  2. Select Save to delete the parent relationship.