Structured Content — Manage and create different content models and web content needed, for making sure your use case-specific content management system becomes a reality.
Content Previews — Easily preview created content within an associated display page, within a page before publication in a fragment and in draft form within a Widget page.
Content Modeling — Easily create and manage content models for your web content through Web Content Structures.
Asset Publisher — Dynamically display any piece of content, such as images, blogs, documents and web content, either through a set of publishing rules or by manual selection.
Content Sets — Create, edit and manage collections of content in “sets” for asset publisher display. Reuse configurations for content sets.
Enterprise DAM — Manage documents, video, audio, images and other media types in a unified repository. Allow groups to store, tag, lock and search for assets, use them on site pages or download them for use offline.
Bulk Management — Manage digital assets and files at scale with an improved tool for bulk management of tags, categories and file operations like deletion, moving files, etc.
Online Document Editing — Leverage the Google Docs editor to allow activities related to creating and editing documents via portal.
Document Previews — Provide a preview of the document (including images, videos, audio clips) to easily identify the content of the document.
Automatic Versioning Policies — Introduces intelligent/definable versioning to enrich historical and auditing context of a document’s lifecycle.
P2P Document Sharing/Asset Sharing — Allows sharing documents and media assets with registered users to increase collaboration for instances where multiple users need to work on a single asset.
Document Types — Create and manage abstracted document assets with specific metadata common to all assets of its type, such as: Request for Proposal, Statement of Work, Annual Report, Presentation.
CMIS Integration — Integrate back office systems in order to surface assets to customers or add social and other metadata. Mount and browse SharePoint, Alfresco and other CMIS-compliant repositories within Liferay DXP.
Auto-Tagging — Leverages third-party machine learning services to provide personalized experiences and improve the findability of assets by automatically adding tags to images and documents upon upload.
Image Auto-Tagging — Tag providers available for images are TensorFlow, Google Cloud Vision and Microsoft Cognitive.
Web Content/Document Auto-Tagging — Tag providers are OpenNLP and Google Natural Language.
Auto-Tagging API — Tag any asset with any service, for your use case by leveraging an API built for extending auto-tagging functionality.
Google Drive Plugin — Create shortcuts to Google Drive files in their Documents and Media repositories so that they can be managed within a Liferay DXP site.
Enterprise File Sync and Sharing — WebDAV functionality and Liferay Sync provide real-time document synchronization on desktop and mobile environments and across browsers.
Search — Search for documents, video, audio, images and other media types based off of file names, tags, metadata and the file's text content.
Live Preview — Automatically generate a full document preview within the DAM interface.
Media Selector — Easily upload or select files with the built-in media selector. This feature is also highly extensible so that new sources of media (e.g., Google, Flickr, YouTube) can be added to any application.
Taxonomies — Create taxonomies through the use of tags, vocabulary and categories to classify, organize and dynamically share content within Liferay DXP. Faceted search leverages tags to allow users for filtered results across the platform.
Content Analytics — Integration with Liferay Analytics Cloud provide reports that help users understand the number of views and clicks, as well as the current content engagement level. Learn More >