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Mapping Custom Fields to MediaValet Attributes

Overview

When you publish a file from Wrike to MediaValet, data from Wrike custom fields is automatically added to matching attributes in MediaValet. Custom fields and attributes are automatically mapped if both of the following conditions are met:

  • They have the same title.

  • Their types are compatible (see the table below).

Note that if there are no corresponding custom fields in your Wrike account, you'll need to manually fill in the tabs for the required attributes.

Note

  • When publishing a file to MediaValet from a Wrike task/folder/project, the attributes can be filled in from the menu that pops up.

  • The attributes that have the "Required" option turned on in MediaValet will be mandatory for filling in when the pop-up menu opens.

  • Duration, users, and multi-select custom fields can’t be mapped to MediaValet attributes.

Available mapping options

Custom field type

MediaValet attribute type

Text

Text, unique ID

Drop-down

Text

Checkbox

Drop-down. Possible values: None, Yes, No

Number

Number-decimal, Number-integer*, unique ID

Percentage

Number-decimal, Number-integer*

Currency

Number-decimal, Number-integer*

Date

Date/time

*For custom fields that have zero decimal places.

Modify available MediaValet attributes

Admins in Wrike accounts can modify the settings of the MediaValet integration and make certain optional attributes visible while hiding others. To do so:

  1. Click your profile picture.

  2. Select Apps & Integrations.

  3. Search for the MediaValet app.

  4. In the pop-up that opens, switch to the App settings tab.

  5. Uncheck the optional attributes that you don't want to be visible when publishing a file from Wrike to MediaValet.

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