Accessing the Recycle Bin
To access the Recycle Bin, click the link on the Dashboard or the link in Quick Links.
To restore an individual asset back to its original location, click the green Restore icon in the Actions column.
To restore multiple assets, select the assets using the checkboxes in the left column. Then click the "With Selected:" dropdown menu, and select Restore.
Restoring Invalid Assets
An asset may become "invalid" if certain required relationships are broken, such as a missing parent folder. When trying to restore an invalid asset, the user is required to select reassignments for each broken relationship.
For example, Page A is deleted and sent to the Recycle Bin. Later, its original parent folder is deleted. When the user tries to restore Page A, he/she will be presented with an asset reassignment screen which allows a new parent folder to be selected before the Page is restored.
The same concept applies to restoring multiple assets.
In the multiple reassignment scenario, the user can select one reassignment for all assets or separate reassignments for individual assets. The "for all" reassignment is applied to any assets that do not have an individual reassignment.
If there are more than 20 invalid assets, the user can only make the reassignment to all of them.
An asset is not permanently deleted until it is removed from the Recycle Bin. To permanently delete an asset from the Recycle Bin, click the red "Delete" icon in the Actions column.
To permanently delete multiple assets, select the assets using the checkboxes in the left column, click the "With Selected:" dropdown menu and select Delete.
To permanently delete everything* in the Recycle Bin, click the Empty Recycle Bin link at the bottom of the table.