Upload management rules, default visibility & download



Quick Upload mode

When enabled, the system will return success once the entire file has been transferred from the user's browser to the uploader infrastructure. The file might not be immediately for download as it has to complete the upload to the storage infrastructure.

Duplicate check


Duplicated file

Set a rule for dealing with a duplicate asset: • Accept • Refuse

Same name

Set a rule for dealing with a duplicate asset name: • Refuse • Override • New version

File Name

Set a rule for naming the assets once uploaded. Possible options are:

  • Assign a random file name in UUID format

  • Keep original file name with random suffix

  • Keep original file name

Optimize images on upload

When enabled, Filerobot will resize the images during the upload process to optimize storage and accelerate further actions such as image editing or variant creation




Max width

In Pixels

Max height

In pixels

Allow users to optimize images on upload

ON/OFF toggle



When enabled, share an Asset Gallery Explorer over a public link to external users.

Default asset visibility

Set the default CDN visibility for the root folder.

  • Public will publish all assets over CDN link

  • Private will make the assets only visible in the Asset Hub and Widget implementations. Folders can inherit or override the Root folder’s default CDN visibility.

Set a default gallery role for all users in the project.


When enabled, Asset Hub users will be required to accept the custom Consent notice before being able to download an asset.

Provide the agreement text users should agree to in order to download an asset.

Applied when Download consent is enabled


Custom routing rules allow you to rewrite URLs in order to match file paths and names in Filerobot thereby shortening public asset URLs.

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