Filtering and Sorting Stock Items in the Content Pool

The Content Pool allows you to upload stock items for the team to browse and utilize. By uploading stock items, users can easily discover inspiring content, locate the most relevant visual content, and find out more information on how and when to utilize content.

In this article, find out how to narrow down your search using labels, filters, dates, keywords, and number of copies.

Filtering by Labels

From the top of the page, click the Filter on labels box to search and select labels. Using the Match All dropdown, you can choose to view stock items matching all of your specified labels, or stock items which match at least one of your specified labels.


Filtering by Keyword

From the top left, click the Filter by keyword search box to begin typing any keywords. Matching stock items will appear if either the title of the stock item or any text assets included a stock item match the specified keyword(s).


Filtering by Asset Type

From the top left, click the Asset Type dropdown menu to view only stock items which include a specific type of asset (media type).

You can choose one or more of the following:

  • Image
  • Video
  • Text
  • Link
  • Caption (video captions)

Filtering by Date

From the top right, click Select Dates to choose from one of the following options:

  • View only content which was created within a specified date range.
  • View only content which may be utilized within a specified date range (based on a stock item’s embargo and expiration date).

If you choose to view stock items which can be used within a certain date range, your results will include stock items with matching embargo and expiration dates and also stock items with no specified dates at all.


Sorting by Copies and Upload Date

From the top right, click the Newest First dropdown to choose how to sort your stock items. You can choose to sort by newest first, oldest first, most copied, or least copied.

If you choose to sort your stock items by most or least copied, your results will appear in order of how many times each stock item was used to create a new post. Choosing newest or oldest first will sort your stock items based on when the items were added to the Content Pool.

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