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File Keywords


File keywords allow you to refine your search by tagging metadata relevant to individual files.

Keyword Samples

Visit our Sample Keywords page for examples of keywords.

File Keywords

File keywords are searchable in the search bar:

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File keywords that have been assigned to the file are located on the left side of the image info page, below the image. Unused keywords are located on the right side of the image info page. You can select keywords from this list and tag the file by clicking the "Save Changes" button in the ribbon. 

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Assign File Keywords to Multiple Files at Once

You can batch edit any collection of files from a variety of projects using the carousel. Simple choose the files you wish to edit by browsing through your library and selecting the checkbox below your files. Then click on the 'Edit All' button located on the carousel.


This feature allows you to quickly add file keywords. On the left hand-side of the page underneath the thumbnails of the files you will see a list of already used file keywords. Next to each keyword is a notation that represents how many files in your selection are already tagged with the same keyword. By clicking on the drop down arrow next to the keyword you can chose to apply that keyword to all or none of your selected files. Alternatively you can apply unused keywords by clicking on the tab at the top right of the page.

Any changes made in this section will be applied to all files from the carousel. When you have finished editing click the 'save changes' button located at the top left of the page.




Keyword Count

You can use the keyword count facility to track how many images have how many keywords. This could be useful for a number of reasons including: finding images that need to be keyworded or images that have only a few keywords attached that need to be updated.
To do this type the following into the search box "kc" followed by > < = or : and then a number. So kc>2 would return all the images with more than 2 keywords, or kc=5 would return all the images with 5 keywords tagged.
  • Kc - keyword count
  • > - greater than
  • < - less than
  • = or : - equals


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