DPS tips

DPS 2015 Tip: Bulk Editing Metadata

The DPS Portal has an option that lets you select multiple articles, banners, or collections and edit their metadata. For example, departments, categories, and/or keywords can be added to multiple articles, or a product ID can be applied to multiple collections. ...


DPS 2015 Tip: Default and Home Collections

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The default, or “top-level nav collection,” is the collection that controls what is shown when an Adobe Digital Publishing Solution app is launched. The same top-level nav (or default) collection can be used for both tablets and phones, or there is ...


DPS 2015 Tip: Article Metadata

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Article metadata is an important part of the Adobe Digital Publishing Solution workflow. Entries like Article Title and Abstract can be displayed on cards, Article Importance and Department can determine which articles are mapped to a card, and other options can ...


DPS 2015 Tip: Generate App Building Assets

Building Adobe Digital Publishing Solution apps requires the creation of a variety of image files that are used for app icons and launch screens for iOS, Android, and Windows devices. This could be a time-consuming task, given all the specific size requirements for ...


DPS 2015 Tip: Enabling Social Sharing

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Enabling social sharing in an Adobe Digital Publishing Solution app allows readers to share selected articles through email, Twitter, Facebook, or other supported social media channels. Sharing articles extends the readership of an app to potential customers and encourages ...


DPS 2015 Tip: Migrating Content from DPS Folios


Content previously published in Adobe Digital Publishing Suite folios can be easily copied and added to Digital Publishing Solution (DPS) 2015 projects using the Folio Migration Tool. Each migrated folio automatically creates a new collection containing articles formatted as DPS ...


DPS 2015 Tip: Creating a Project

In Adobe Digital Publishing Solution (DPS 2015), projects are containers in which content for a specific app is stored. Projects are associated with an app via a common Bundle ID, so that the project knows to deliver any contained content ...


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