Aggregate and explore media assets

Let's say you're a multi-media company with multiple web properties. Your media assets likely reside across many web properties (e.g., categorized articles, images, authors, videos). For such cases, it's ideal to have a source of truth that aggregates metadata across all of your digital properties so that information can be searched for and found from a single user interface.

With Retool, you can connect to dozens of data sources and APIs and build a single dashboard for team members to sift through your entire media asset library in an instant.

Aggregate and explore media assets

Build from a handful of drag-and-drop components

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Text provide context so your team members are clear on what filters are being applied along with information about the selected asset.
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Table display results of a search or a filter in a table.
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Text Input query data sources on a text input and filter which results are displayed in a table.
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Image show a preview image of the selected media asset.
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Date and Time Picker narrow results by a date or time.
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Multi Select select multiple media asset categories to filter results.
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Dropdown select from a pre-defined set of criteria in a dropdown menu.

Because this use case aggregates records from various web properties, you'll need to connect to more than one type of data source. Retool connects to dozens of widely used data sources and APIs out of the box.

Step 1 Create resource1. Create resource
Step 2 Read data2. Read data
Step 3 Connect data with UI3. Connect data with UI
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JJ Maxwell

Co-Founder and CRO at JetFuel

We would have had to hire 2-3 full-time engineers to build what I did in 30 minutes using Retool.

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