If you have not installed the plugin(s) already, you can do so via the Plugins section of your stack. Locate your chosen feature, Rights by Response or Rights by Registration. Simply click on Install plugin. Once installed you can configure both from the Settings of your stack. You can find more on the setup from here.

In many cases, Stackla’s Rights Management functionality is used for collecting permission from your users in order to repurpose their content within your own marketing efforts (email marketing, ads, etc.) However, often the quality of these aggregated assets may not be up to par for your needs. Luckily, through our Right by Registration option, you can now ask user’s to directly upload the original, high-resolution version of their images, videos, & audio files!

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Go to Settings > Rights via Registration

  2. Once the page loads, scroll down to step 3, CUSTOMIZE YOUR PAGES.

  3. From the User Info tab, click “Yes I want user info” if you haven’t enabled this yet, then click the Edit button.

  4. At the bottom of the list, you can now select the “Enable File Uploader” option.

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Enabling this option, will provide your users with a direct upload form as part of the data collection step of the Rights Management form. This upload form, has a maximum file size of 100mb, and can accept images, videos, and audio files.

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Where are these assets stored in Stackla?

By default, when a post is approved by the user, the post’s media will be automatically added to your Stackla Asset Manager.

If you have enabled the File Uploader in your form and the user provided the original high-res version of their media, it will automatically replace the social network’s version of the media on the post. As a result, when you download your assets, you will be downloading the high-resolution version that your users have provided.

For any further questions or queries, please send an email to support@stackla.com or submit a request and our support team will get back to you.

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