Updating shared library
Essentially, you assign some common properties (tags) to each of the files uploaded to Share Point document library.
Once every document is tagged, you can easily group, sort or filter on a given property of the document (i.e., Document Category, Client Name, etc.) The method described above (adding metadata columns to Share Point Document Library) has 1 flaw in it.
Looking Ahead We’re committed to creating a new standard of transparency and authenticity for advertising.
By the end of June, we’ll roll out transparency tools for political or issue ads around the world.
But what if you are uploading Meeting minutes or Agenda document from the last meeting you had?
Tagging against Client Name does not make much sense. I documented step-by-step instructions on how to create a Document Management System using multiple content types. Essentially, Content Type allows you to create categories (types of content) for a single Share Point document library.
We will use membership lists from third party industry organizations, as well as the news Page index and additional criteria to identify news publishers for exemption.
All active ads for all Pages will be visible in the Ad Library, but ads from news publishers will no longer be labeled as related to politics or issues — and the news filter will no longer be included in the Ad Library.We’re also making transparency information more visible on Pages, expanding access to our API to help more people analyze political or issue ads, and exempting news publishers from labeling their ads as related to politics or issues in the US.Introducing a New Ad Library and Report We launched the Ad Library — previously called the Ad Archive in the US — to help people learn more about ads related to politics or issues that have run on Facebook or Instagram.Expanding API Access We know we can’t protect elections alone.
That’s why we’re expanding access to our Ad Library API for others to analyze ads related to politics or issues.
We’re working hard to make advertising more transparent and to give people more information about the ads they see.