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My Collections Feature
My Collections Feature

Save and organize your personal collection inside Streamline

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Written by Streamline Team
Updated over a week ago

What can be achieved with our collections feature?

1. Save favorite assets into folders on the go.

2. Create organized collections in the cloud.

3. Share folders and collaborate faster.

4. Multi-select and download anytime.

5. Save at once to multiple projects.

Who can create collections?

All logged in users can create their own collections.

Is there a limit on how many collections can be created?

No. 😊

How do I add to a new collection?

Hover on an image until you see the folder icon. Click on the folder icon and choose the collection you want to add it to.

What can collections include?

A collection can include icons, illustrations and emoji. Think of them as project folders that you save to and share.

Can I add assets in collections in bulk?

Currently, adding icons or other assets to Collections is currently a manual process done individually. We're considering adding this feature to our web app in the future.

How can I collaborate with collections?

Everyone who has a user seat can add/remove assets from a collection. You can also share collections publicly on the internet. Non-logged in users will be able to download low-res pngs for premium assets and svgs for free vector sets.

How can I personalize my collection?

  • You can customize colors and resize via the sidebar.

How can I export my collection?

You can also multi-select and download them as a zip file (if you'd still like to).

  1. Click the small circle located at the upper right to select an icon to download.

  2. Select up to 100 icons. At the right side of your screen, you'll see the no. of icons that you've selected. Then, click "Download" to get the file.

How to remove an asset from collections?

Inside your collections, click an asset then deselect the folder (e.g., "Favorite") after and then save the changes.

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