Share Multiple Assets
Note: To remove from the cart, select the asset(s) you would like to remove using theicon. After ensuring that all the assets you want removed are marked with theicon, select 'Remove Selected'/'Remove All' from the icon.
A share assets modal will appear. Enter one or more recipients’ email addresses into the ‘To’ field, modify the ‘Subject’ and ‘Message’ fields as needed.
You can also change the permissions on your share. Selecting 'Preview Only' will allow users to view the assets, but not download them. Selecting 'Download' will allow recipients to both preview and download the assets from the share email.
Protected shares prevent shares from being forwarded to unintended recipients. The receiver will have to verify themselves in order to access the shared assets. To share sensitive content, select the ‘Yes’ option in the Protected toggled. (For more information, see the Protected Shares section)
To change the expiration date and time of the share, use the icon to open the calendar and select an expiration date and also adjust the expiration time. The selected expiration date will be highlighted on the calendar and displayed in the 'Expiration' field. You can also type in your preferred expiration date and time.
An email will be sent to the specified recipients. A copy of the email will also be sent to you automatically.
Click on the "View Assets" button to access the share landing page (no login required).
From the share landing page, users can download shared assets, view assets details, or preview the asset.
If you haven’t already, the add-on can be downloaded and installed at: http://downloads.asperasoft.com/connect2/
Did You Know? Aspera utilizes a proprietary transfer algorithm and connects over UDP protocol, which means that large files can be moved much more quickly than using standard upload over HTTP/TCP protocol - often twice as fast.
Additionally, Aspera transfers can be paused and resumed, and are more robust when your network connectivity is slow and/or unreliable. For instance, if your internet connection is dropped, any in-progress HTTP downloads and/or uploads are terminated and must be restarted from scratch once your connection comes back. This can be especially frustrating for very large uploads that can take an hour or more. With Aspera, a lost internet connection just results in a paused upload or download. As soon as connectivity is restored, the upload just picks up where it left off.