While workspace owners and editors can view and manage all assets in your Knowledge Repository, commenters can only see a sub-set of them. For a deeper dive on user permissions, please view this article.

One of the ways you can promote assets is to certify them. This is not only a quality signal, but also a way to publish it to all users in your Knowledge Repository.

To start, we recommend picking 5-10 assets to certify.

Which assets should be certified?

With the rise of self-service analytics, and the increasing strategic import of analytics teams, asset certification has become a best practice. The act of certification generally means that the analytics team stands behind an assets, it is properly maintained and tested, and should be trusted by business users.

How do I certify an asset?

Certification is straightforward, and can be done pretty much anywhere you can interact with an asset. Assets can be certified directly from the your knowledge repository, by clicking the certify checkmark on the asset's card. A blue checkmark indicates an asset that has already been certified.

When you have clicked to view the embedded asset, the "Certify" button is at the top of the page.

And finally, you can use the Concierge browser extension while viewing any asset to easily certify it directly from your native application.

Next steps

To continue with quick start, next explore how you can Create a Collection as an alternate means of promoting and organizing assets for end users.

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