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AEM Assets Essentials (Experience Manager Assets) vs Experience Manager - Custom UI Handling

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Hi AEM Community,

 

We have developed custom buttons and links in the standard AEM Assets Console for the assets which our business team should use for their day to day operations.
However, they are navigating to the Assets Essentials console which has a personalized workspace with some add-ons such as Quick Access (Pinned Items), Tasks etc. which is much more intuitive for the users.

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However, this view does not give the custom menu options we add when overlaying the menu options from /libs to /apps

Assets View - 

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AEM View - 

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How does one display the custom options developed in AEM for the Assets view?

@Saravanan_Dharmaraj@diksha_mishra@ClintLundmark@krati_garg@EstebanBustamante
@aanchal-sikka@arunpatidar@ParthaSarathy@markus_bulla_adobe

Best Regards,

Rohan Garg

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I am sorry to say that i have no idea.
But please let me know when you found the way - we also use some custom options. 
Getting them over to this view will be a priority one day - until then, everyone is still using the regular asset view.


The only thing that was an interesting point to tip over my users was the "Rename" function,
but since this renames filename and dc:title at the same time, it became a bit unpractical again.

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I am sorry to say that i have no idea.
But please let me know when you found the way - we also use some custom options. 
Getting them over to this view will be a priority one day - until then, everyone is still using the regular asset view.


The only thing that was an interesting point to tip over my users was the "Rename" function,
but since this renames filename and dc:title at the same time, it became a bit unpractical again.

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Thanks for the reply @Adilos-Cantuerk, I will keep you posted about the update on this question

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Hi @Rohan_Garg 
I think,you have to extend this using App Builder

https://developer.adobe.com/uix/docs/services/aem-cf-console-admin/api/action-bar/ 

 

I am not sure if this is supported/work with Assets.



Arun Patidar

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