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Release Notes

Get an insight into the new features, enhancements, critical issues fixed, and known issues in the Adobe Experience Manager Assets Brand Portal 6.4.5 release.

Release Information

Product
Adobe Experience Manager Assets Brand Portal
Version
6.4.5
Date
September 2019

Overview

Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) Assets Brand Portal helps you easily acquire, control, and securely distribute approved creative assets to external parties and internal business users across devices. It helps improve the efficiency of asset sharing, accelerates the time-to-market for assets, and reduces the risk of non-compliance and unauthorized access. Brand Portal allows users to browse, search, preview, download, and export assets in corporate-approved formats—anytime, anywhere.

What's New in 6.4.5

New Features

Brand Portal 6.4.5 is a feature release that focuses on providing Brand Portal users (external agencies/teams) with the ability to upload content to Brand Portal and publish to AEM Assets, without needing access to the author environment. This feature is called , and will improve customer experiences by providing a two-way mechanism for users to both contribute and share assets with other globally distributed Brand Portal users.
Asset Sourcing in Brand Portal
Asset Sourcing allows AEM users (administrators/non-admin users) to create new folders with an additional
Asset Contribution
property, ensuring the new folder created open to asset submission by Brand Portal users. This automatically triggers a workflow which creates two additional sub folders, called NEW and SHARED, within the newly created
Contribution
folder.
The AEM user then defines the asset requirements by uploading a brief about the types of assets that should be added to the contribution folder, as well as a set of baseline assets, to the
SHARED
folder to ensure BP users have the reference information they need. The administrator can then grant active Brand Portal users access to the contribution folder before publishing the newly created
Contribution
folder to Brand Portal.
Once the user is finished adding content in the
NEW
folder, they can publish the contribution folder back to the AEM author environment.
For more information, see Asset Sourcing in Brand Portal .

Languages

The Brand Portal user interface is available in following languages:
  • English
  • German
  • French
  • Spanish
  • Italian
  • Brazilian Portuguese
  • Japanese
  • Simplified Chinese
  • Korean

Certified Platforms

To ascertain which platforms are certified to run with this release of Brand Portal, refer to the
Support for Touch-optimized UI
column in the table in the
Supported Browsers for Authoring User Interface
section of Technical Requirements .

Product Access and Support (Restricted Sites)

These sites are only available to customers. If you are a customer and require access, contact your Adobe account manager.