Accessing Object Metadata - Tracking Workspace Contributions in Bluescape

Bluescape gives users the ability to see who put an object (for example, a notecard, shape, file, image, etc.) to a workspace.

This information is known as metadata.

Note: This data varies slightly depending on the asset. However, all assets display the information marked with an asterisk (*).

Metadata can include:

  • File type
  • Title
  • Dimensions
  • File size
  • Created date*
  • Creator* - Displays the name of the member who put the object in the workspace
  • Edited date* - Indicates when a member performed any of the following actions on the asset:
    • Adding editing, or removing text
    • Repositioning
    • Resizing
    • Changing color, border, or shape style
    • Adding or removing strokes
  • Last editor* - Displays which member edited the asset last

You cannot view the metadata for:

To view an asset’s metadata:

  1. Select the desired asset in the workspace. A blue border highlights the asset, and a toolbar displays.

  2. Select :more_options: (More) in the toolbar. A context menu opens.

  3. Select the Properties > Info options and the asset’s metadata displays.

    Metadata has always been there, and now you can find, use, preserve, and re-use the data collected in a workspace.

Now, go try it in your workspace! :bluescape_home: