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Session Batch Editor and Filters
After you upload your content, the Knowledgelink platform gives you easy access to search and edit your media.
SESSION BATCH EDITOR
The session batch editor allows you to edit the presenters, tags, and media groups on up to 25 sessions at a time. This feature comes in handy when you need to make large scale changes to your content.
To batch edit your sessions, click on the yellow "Session Batch Editing" button. A "Select All" check box will appear as well as check marks next to each of the session in your session list. You can choose to select all of your sessions to edit or only a few from the list.
After you have chosen the session you want to edit, click on the red "Edit Selected Items" button. This will bring up a pop up where you can choose what information you want to edit for these sessions.
Click the "modify the data" check box on the items you wish to edit. You can change the presenters, tags, and media groups. For each field that you have chosen to modify, the data will be replaced, not added on to.
Click the "Update" button when you are ready to publish your changes.
A progress bar will appear indicating when all of your sessions have been updated.
FILTERS AND SORT
To easily find content in your sessions list you can use the filters and sort drop downs.
The "Filters" drop down will allow you to filter your media by status, type, and media group. You can hit the reset button to remove the filters.
The "Sort" drop down will allow you to filter your media alphabetically or by the most recently uploaded.