Bulk Upload Marketing Assets

Gain provides a flexible platform that simplifies the organization, preview, and approval of various file formats. You can upload multiple content types, including blog articles, videos, photos, Adobe files, podcast or video scripts, presentations, and more.

If you need to use assets to create social posts, Gain converts your files, including PDFs, into formats compatible with the social profiles connected to your account. Making it easier for you to leverage your assets for social posts.

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To start, navigate to the Gallery view in your workspace and drag and drop a file. You can upload up to 25 items in bulk. Once your files are processed, you can:

  • Select the folder where you'd like to store your files
  • Add a publish date (optional) to see files in your calendar view
  • Write a description with notes for your team or stakeholders
  • Add Content Tags: You can use tags to categorize or filter content in Gain
  • Rename files in numerical order. Example: Special Sale 01, Special Sale 02, Special Sale 03, etc...

File Size Limits and Supported Formats

You can upload a variety of file types. Here's a complete list of supported formats and their size limits:


Maximum file size: 150MB


Maximum video size: 5GB
  • MPEG-4 (MP4*, M4V)
  • MPEG-2 (M2TS, TOD, MTS)
  • Quicktime (MOV*, QT)
  • AVI Video (AVI)
  • Windows Media (WMV, ASF)
  • Flash Video (FLV)
  • 3G Mobile Video (3GP, 3G2, 3GPP)
  • Digital Video (DV)
  • DVD File (VOB)
  • DivX, Xvid (DIVX)

Adobe Creative Suite:

Maximum file size: 150MB
  • Adobe Photoshop (PSD)
  • Adobe Illustrator (AI)


Maximum file size: 150MB
  • PDF Document (PDF)
  • Powerpoint Presentation (PPT, PPTX)
  • Word Document (DOC, DOCX)
  • Excel Spreadsheet (XLS, XLSX)
  • Plain Text Document (TXT)
  • HTML Document (HTML)
  • Open Document Presentation (ODP)
  • Open Document Text (ODT)

Manage Files and Folders

You can add, edit, or delete folders in the Folders section of your Workspace Settings. You can assign icons to your folders to help you quickly associate files with their respective folders.

Mark Files as Live

You can place your files in Live status to prevent further edits. This feature is helpful for time-sensitive content like blog articles or finalized presentations. While Live content can't be edited, you can add comments or create duplicates.

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