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This article describes how to use the Filters panel to search for assets and folders in AEM Assets.

Use the Filters panel to search for assets, folders, tags, and metadata. You can search parts of a string using the wildcard asterisk.

The Filters panel provides various options to search for assets and folders in multiple ways rather than in a generic taxonomic order. 

You can search based on the following options (predicates):

  • File type
  • File size
  • Field name
  • Last modified
  • Status
  • Orientation
  • Style
  • Insights 

You can customize the Filters panel and add/remove search predicates using search facets. To display the Filters panel, perform these steps:

  1. In the Assets user interface, tap/click the magnifying glass from the toolbar to display the OmniSearch box.

    magnification_icon
  2. Enter your search term and press Enter. Alternatively, simply press Enter without entering any search term. 

  3. Tap/click the GlobalNav icon. The Filters panel is displayed. 

    filters_panel

    Depending upon the type of items you search, the number of matches is indicated at the top of the search results.

    numer_of_searches

Searching for file types

The Filters panel helps add more granularity to your search experience and makes the search functionality more versatile. You can easily drill down to the desired level of detail.

For example, if you are looking for an image, use the File Type predicate to choose whether you want a bitmap image or a vector image.

image_type

You can further narrow the scope of search by specifying the MIME type for the image.

mime_type

Similarly, when searching for documents, you can specify the format, for example PDF or MS Word.

Documents

Searching based on file size

Use the File Size predicate to search for assets based on their size. You can specify the lower and upper limits for the size range to narrow down your search.

file_size

 You can also specify the unit of measure, for example Kilobytes, Megabytes, and so on.

unit_of_measure

Searching based on when assets are last modified

If you are managing work-in-progress assets or monitoring a review workflow, you can search for when an asset was last modified based on accurate time stamps. For example, specify dates before or after which assets were modified. 

last_modified_dates

You can also use the following options to achieve a higher level of granularity in your search: 

Timestamp

Searching based on status

Use the Status predicate to search for assets based on various types of status, such as Publish, Approval, Checkout, and Expiration.

Status

For example, when monitoring asset publishing, you can use the appropriate option to search for which assets are published.

Publish

When monitoring the review status of assets, use the appropriate option to find which assets are approved or assets that are pending approval.

Approval

Searching based on Insights data

Use the Insights predicate to search for assets based on their usage statistics obtained from various Creative apps. Usage data is currently grouped under the following heads:

  • Usage score
  • Impressions
  • Clicks
  • Media channels where the assets appear 
Insights

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