People are using iconik to do many things, but at its core, iconik manages media in the most efficient way possible.
This update caters to that end with more features to speed up managing assets.
Now within the search page, you can drag, drop, copy or move asset pods or entire rows to a collections.
Collections can also be moved or added to other collections as well. Using the Alt/Option key will choose whether to move or add.
This added flexibility to reorder and rearrange columns in the search list view will allow users to customize iconik to suite how they search for assets.
Both the iconik search API and the advanced Free Text Search can now search for values in nested documents, like files or proxies.
An example of how you could use this would be to search for missing proxies or files by starting your query with “NOT _exists_:”. For example; to find any asset with files that do not have a proxy entry, you would search for:
There are more examples of this here.
Improved Windows ISG tray application that is more in line with the Mac version.
Now there’s a page for this in the Admin section for (SAML) setup. With iconik’s SAML 2.0 integration you can tie authentication and authorization of your users to an external data source, such as an Active Directory or other enterprise directory service.
And lastly, iconik can now scan your archive storages! This will let you bring content from an existing archive storage if you want to bring it into iconik.
Want to see all the recent iconik updates? Go to our release notes.