Introduction to libraries

If you are looking for a 'how to' on how to upload image files, flash files or fulfillment items into your console, this step-by-step video offers help to get you started.

 

 

But if you want a quick text guide, below you can find a short description of each item within Libraries in your console.

 

Libraries: Images - The Image Library is a central location where your images are stored. You can upload new images to your Image Library. Images that you upload within your creative studio will also be stored here. Here you can find a tutorial focused on Images.

Libraries: Icons - The Icon Library is a central location where your icons are stored. You can upload new icons as long as they are SVG files to your Icons Library. Icons that you upload within your creative studio will also be stored here. Here you can find a tutorial focused on Icons.

Libraries: Fulfillment - Users with access to the Fulfillment Library will be able to upload assets that can be made available to respondents to download from within a given experience. For example, if you want respondents to be able to download a PDF from an Ion experience, you would first upload that PDF to your Fulfillment Library. Here you can find a tutorial focused on Fulfillment.

Libraries: Forms - The Forms Library is where table-generated and HTML forms can be created. These can be created instead of publishing freestyle forms directly into a given page. Here you can find some library forms content that we have.

Libraries: Snippets - Snippets are pieces of content that are stored in a central location. Snippets are stored here similarly to how text is copied to a clipboard. Snippets are stored here, but cannot be edited in the Snippet Library. Any snippet can be dragged into your Ion experiences to add that snippet content to a given page. Here you can find a tutorial focused on Snippets.

Libraries: Scripts - This is where you will add tracking scripts that can be pulled into the <head> or </body> tags in your Ion campaigns, creatives and/or pages. Here you can find a tutorial focused on Scripts.

Libraries: Server scriptlets - Server scriptlets are used to perform advanced functions to reduce the number of rules required on a given page. Here you can find a tutorial focused on Server Scriptlets.

Libraries: Widgets - The Widget Library gives users a place where custom interactive components can be coded/edited. After coding a new widget, it can then be pulled into any Ion page. Here you can find a tutorial focused on Widgets.

Libraries: Frameworks - This is where new themes can be uploaded to the console and existing themes can be edited. Developers whom code/edit themes in your Ion console will need access to the Frameworks Library. Here you can find some library frameworks content that we have.

Libraries: Email Templates - The Email Template Library is where users can create and edit emails that are sent to respondents after submitting a form. Here you can find a tutorial focused on Email Templates.

Libraries: Flash - The Flash Library is where users can upload Flash files that could then be pulled into your Ion experiences.