Sometimes you mainly work with layouts while at other times your focus might be more on images or articles. One way of working is to filter the Studio panel to only show the types of files that you are working on: only layouts, only articles, only images, and so on. However, having to constantly change the filter for the same Studio panel can be tedious.
In another scenario you might work on files from one Brand at one time, while working on files from another Brand at another time.
The solution is to create separate Studio panels and set them each to the content that you want to have access to.
Figure: Creating multiple Studio panels help you to quickly access often used files. Shown here are the default Studio panel (A), one panel that is filtered to show Dossiers only (B) and another panel that shows images only (C).
Step 1. From the Studio panel menu, choose New Studio Panel....
Figure: The New Studio Panel option (B) can be found when clicking the icon for the panel menu (A).
The New Studio Panel dialog box appears.
Step 2. Enter a name and click OK.
The new Studio panel appears.
Step 3. Change the filter settings to your liking.
Step 1. For the Studio panel that needs to be renamed, choose Rename Studio panel from the panel’s flyout menu.
The Rename Studio panel dialog box appears.
Step 2. Type a descriptive name in the Name box.
Step 3. Click OK.
The panel is renamed.
Closed panels can be re-opened again by accessing them from one of the following locations:
- The Window > Studio menu
- The Studio panel menu
Figure: Two Studio panels (A) added to the View > Studio menu and the Studio panel menu.
When a created Studio panel is not needed any more, it can be removed as follows:
- From the flyout menu of the Studio panel that needs to be removed, choose Remove Studio panel.