Will you need to upload multiple files at once? If so, why not upload via the media library first?
Ways to add content
There are two ways to add video content using the SupaPass CMS:
- Quick post - helping you quickly create content and a collection together from the 'Getting Started' page
- From a collection - adding to an existing collection.
When you log in and open your channel, the first page you will see is the 'Getting Started' page. At the top of the page there are 3 quick post options for the different content types that we support: Audio, Video and Article.
Click Audio to start adding Audio content.
First add Audio file to your content. Choose between an upload from your device or select an existing file from the Library.
Collections and Products
Whilst the file uploads, give the content a title and add an optional description that will appear under the video.
When creating content using Quick Post a new collection will be created by default, toggle this off to select an existing collection.
Upload a square Cover Image for the collection, use a square image or the built-in cropper to create a square Cover Image.
Choose which products your content will be part of, your paid product is selected by default.
Scheduling & Notifications
Your content will go live by default. If you're not quite ready, you can schedule to publish at a later date.
Add a credit for yourself, or for anyone else who contributed to the content.
Add some lyrics for your audio, this will appear on the track page.
There are some optional extra details you can add to your content
Choose to make you content invisible without access, meaning only those that purchase a subscription can see it.
Use a teaser title to give a different title to users who don't have access.
Add a subtitle or and Original Release Date for historical content.
Creating content from a collection
You can also create content from an existing collection by navigating to a collection, then clicking 'create content'.
Creating from a collection has the same options as Quick Post, but uses the existing collection by default instead of creating a new collection.