For assets such as images, documents, widgets, listboxes, and most page types, you can view its Relationships to see a list of assets that manually link to or display that item.
Navigate to the asset then select More >> Relationships in the top, right corner of the page. If any relationships exist, you will be presented with a list of pages/assets that link to your asset.
Once you start using this feature, you'll find more and more ways to work it into your editing routine. Here are some possibilities:
- Ever wonder where you used a particular widget? Select the Widget file and view its relationships.
- Need to know where an image is being used? Check its relationships.
- Not sure if anyone is still linking to that old PDF? Check its relationships.
- Do you use borrowed pages? Check the relationships of the original asset to locate each borrowed version.
Using the "Publish All" feature
This is a one-step feature to batch publish all of the assets in the Relationships window. While this is particularly useful for our site-wide managers, it can still come in handy at times for a site editor (just remember you can only publish assets that you manage). If the asset you've updated requires related pages to be published, this is a real time-saver. For example, if you've moved/renamed a document or image, updated a borrowed page or modified a listbox, you'll love this feature.