Desktop: How To Upload Assets

 

Q:  What types of assets can be used in a Jigsaw session?

A:  See chart.

 

Q:  What is largest file size that can be uploaded?

A:   2 GB

 Asset Type File Extensions  Location in Session 
 Attachment .asf, .avi, .bmp, .doc, .docx, .flv, .jif, .jpeg, .jpg, .m4v, .mov, .mp3, .mp4, .pdf, .png, .ppt, .pptx, .swf, .tif, .tiff, .txt, .wav, .wma, .wmv, .xls, .xlsx, and .zip 

 Attachments Area 

Can be downloaded by session attendees

 Audio  mp3, .wav and .wma Pane 1    
 Certificate  .pdf (Tied to a scored survey) Emailed to Attendees if score is achieved.
 Document

 .pdf

If released

Pane 2 and 4    

 Image  .gif, .jpg, .jpeg, .png, .tif, and .tiff Pane 3      
 Presentation

 .ppt and .pptx

If released

Pane 2 and 4    

 
 Survey
(Questions)

Scored: Pre-test, Post-Test and Quiz

Non-Scored: Evaluations, Polling, Survey, and Voting
Pane 3       
 Video

.asf, .avi, . flv, .m4v, .mov, . mp4, and .wmv

Pane 1 and 4      
 Web Link  http://www.yousite.com  Pane 4      

  

Q:   What is the Asset Library

A:    A cloud storage of all company assets. Assets uploaded can be kept private or shared with others in the same company or other Jigsaw users.

The Asset Library is accessible from: Manage Assets or Session Assets. When accessing the Asset Library via Manage Assets, newly added assets are added to the library only. When adding assets via Session Assets, newly added assets are added to the library and the session that is currently being edited.

Note: Only users with host accounts see the Manage Assets button.

 


Accessing The Asset Library via Manage Assets

Choose, “Manage Assets”.

 


Add a New Asset

Choose, “Add New Asset”.  

 

 

 
  1. Choose the type of asset to upload.
    Note: Assets uploaded as Attachments, are not converted, so they will only appear in the Attachments area.
  2. Create or add a tag (Optional)
  3. Select the file.
  4. Rename the file. (Optional)
  5. Available to: The file may be shared with everyone in the same company, groups you have created, participants in your database (individuals) or kept exclusively to you.
  6. Upload the file

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Once the file has completely uploaded and converted, a confirmation message is received.

 

 

 

 

 

 

To go back to the Asset Library click, “Return To Asset Library”.

 

 

 

 
 
  1. Search for the asset just uploaded by: Name, Uploaded By, Asset Type, Date, or Tag.
  2. Apply Filter
  3. Select Asset
  4. Select Session
  5. Choose how you wish to add the asset to the session.
    • Add To Session:           Adds to panes 1, 2, 3, or 4.
    • Add As Attachment:   Adds to the Attachment area only.
    • Add As Both:                Adds to panes 1, 2, 3 or 4 and the Attachment area.
    • Auto Release: If selected, will release the file in panes 3 or 4.
 

 

 

In this example the Image Asset was added to pane 3. The red square denotes the pane in which the asset has been loaded.

 

 

The paperclip denotes the file has been added as an attachment to the session.

 

 

The checkmark in the “Rel” column denotes the file has been “released”. This means it is available to session attendees in panes 3 or 4 upon entering joining the session. These can be manually released during the session as well.

 

 

In this example, the asset has been added to pane 3 and as an attachment to the session.

  


 Accessing the Asset Library via Edit Session

 

Select, “Edit Session”.  

 

Select “Session Assets”.

Choose, “Add New Asset”.  

 

 


  1. Choose the type of asset to upload.
    Note: Assets uploaded as Attachments, are not converted, so they will only appear in the Attachments area.
  2. Create or add a tag (Optional)
  3. Select the file.
  4. Rename the file. (Optional)
  5. Available to: The file may be shared with everyone in the same company, groups you have created, participants in your database (individuals) or kept exclusively to you.
  6. Upload the file

 

Note: You may upload more than one asset at a time as long as they are the say Type.

To upload more than one asset, select the file, hold the shift key and highlight by pressing the down arrow to select the preferred files.

 

Once the file is uploaded choose, “Return To Asset Library”.  

 

Here you will find the asset has been loaded into Session Assets as well the Asset Library.

  


 Using Tags

Tags are created from Session Assets > Add New Asset.

Select “New Tag”.  

Give the tag a name and select the “Available to” option. This shares the tag with other users.

Everyone In My Company:

Shares with all other Host account accounts in the same organization.

Groups:

Shares with groups in their participant database

Individuals:

Shares with individuals in their participant database.

Exclusively To Me:

Keeps private to the Host creating the tag.

 

Note: The tag is edited and deleted by the person who creates the tag.

 

 


 

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