How to Add and Edit Data
Learn how to add and edit data in the Data page.

Adding Global Data

1. Adding a Data Entry

Click the
button in the actions column of any database to add a data entry to it. Fill in the key and value fields in the newly-created row, and click the
button when you’re done or click
to cancel.
You can add any key and any value.

2. Adding Multiple Data Entries

Click the
button to upload a .csv file that contains pairs of keys and values to be added as data entries to the global database. Your metadata file should contain only two columns: one for keys and the second for values.
Here is a sample file you can use:
metadata.csv
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3. Editing a Data Entry

Click on the
button to edit the data entry. Click the
button when you’re done or click
to cancel.

4. Deleting a Data Entry

Click on the
button to delete the data entry. Confirm the deletion in the prompted pop-up dialog.

5. Downloading All Data Entries

Click the
button to download a .csv file that contains pairs of keys and values representing the global database.

Adding Metadata

This is a similar process to adding data in the Content cards.

1. Adding a Data Entry

Click the
button in the actions column of any database to add a data entry to it. Fill in the key and value fields in the newly-created row, and click the
button when you’re done or click
to cancel.
Built-in keywords will be suggested through a drop-down list but you can add any key and any value.

2. Adding Multiple Data Entries

Click the
button to upload a .csv file that contains pairs of keys and values to be added as data entries to the data card. Your metadata file should contain only two columns: one for keys and the second for values.
Here is a sample file you can use:
metadata.csv
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3. Editing a Data Entry

Click on the
button to edit the data entry. Click the
button when you’re done or click
to cancel.

4. Deleting a Data Entry

Click on the
button to delete the data entry. Confirm the deletion in the prompted popup dialog.

5. Downloading All Data Entries

Click the
button to download a .csv file that contains pairs of keys and values representing the data entries in the data card.

Adding Metadata when Adding Content

1. Upload a Metadata File

When adding content to the console from local storage you can also include a .csv file that contains metadata to be associated with such content.

2. Metadata File Format

Your metadata file should contain only two columns: one for keys and the second for values.
These key and values will be automatically be added to the content and data cards created.

3. Sample Metadata File

Here is a sample file you can upload to the console:
metadata.csv
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