Your dashboard offers a comprehensive view and valuable analysis of your gallery's metrics. You can use your dashboard to gain a deeper understanding of your gallery's performance, customize your homepage, and take stock of your inventory—all in one place.

 

Overview

The Overview page provides a high-level view of your sales performance and page views, including total sales, total page views, most viewed launches, and top sales. By default, you’ll see info from the last 7 days, with a day-over-day breakdown, to give you up-to-date insights into how your marketing campaigns are translating into visits and sales. You can also toggle this view to see your all-time stats, with a month-over-month breakdown for your historical insights.

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Exhibitions

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On the Exhibitions page in the dashboard, you can view all the Exhibitions you have created. Exhibitions give curators the ability to curate shows of Drops, Editions, and listings.

With Exhibitions, sellers added to the exhibition allowlist can list directly into the exhibition. These Exhibitions have their own custom allowlist and curator fee.

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Here is where you can organize your works, edit details, and manage the exhibition's allowlist. If you ever need to edit or delete an exhibition, you can easily do so from the dashboard. Please note that Exhibitions cannot be deleted unless they are empty.

When you click on an exhibition, you can also see your earnings, percent sold, and page views of the inventory. You can use your dashboard to create and manage your exhibition. Learn how to create and manage your exhibition.

Edit Story

Add a magical touch to your exhibition by adding a story!

With just a few clicks, you can effortlessly weave together text, images, and videos to create a captivating tale that will transport your audience. By adding a story, you'll not only amplify the works in your exhibition but also leave a lasting impression on your visitors.

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To make the story tab appear on your exhibition page, toggle on the Show Story tab. You can keep the Story tab hidden until you’re ready to share it.

Add text

You have the option to include various text formats in your story. Some of the different text formats that you can add include:

  • Paragraph text (1,000 characters)
  • Header 1 (1,000 characters)
  • Header 2 (1,000 characters)
  • Quotes (1,000 characters)

To add another text block after a header, press enter or return on your keyboard.
To navigate between text blocks, click the up and down arrows on your keyboard.

Please remember to click the 'Save' button after making any changes to ensure that they are saved.

Add video

You can insert a YouTube video in your story. To add a YouTube video to your story tab:

  1. Copy the YouTube URL from your browser. (You’ll need to copy the direct URL from your browser, not the URL from clicking the Share button on the YouTube page.)
  2. Once you paste the link, the video should automatically populate the content block.
  3. You can resize videos to normal, large, or full width.
  4. Click save

Add image

To add an image to your story, it will need to be within these technical specs:

  • JPG, PNG, or SVG
  • 50MB max

You can either click the image block to upload an image or drag and drop an image from your files into the image block area. You can resize all images to normal, large, or full width.

You also have the option to add another image in the same block.

To add another image to an image block:

  • Click + on the right side of the block

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  • Once you click the +, the image block will split into two. You will then be able to add another image next to the current one.

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Add a caption (optional): To provide more information about your images, consider adding captions with a maximum character limit of 100.

Add an NFT/Collection

You can add any 1/1 NFT, drop, or edition to your story. However, to add an NFT or a collection to your story, it must be listed/launched in your exhibition.

  1. Click the fourth icon after the ‘Add image’ icon to add an NFT or collection.
  2. You’ll see all of your exhibition inventory. Select the item that you want in your story.
  3. That’s it!

Please note that if an item has already been added to your story, you won’t be able to add it twice.

Rearrange

To rearrange your content blocks, click the drag icon on the left side of each one and drag it to where you want it placed. Please remember to click the 'Save' button after making any changes to ensure that they are saved.

Collectors and viewers can easily switch between the Story and Works tabs to view both the exhibition's narrative and the artwork included.

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You have the freedom to continually improve and edit your story in your Galleries Dashboard at your convenience to make it stand out!

 

Inventory

* Please note that if you have a gallery created after April 12th, 2024, without a pre-existing allowlist, you won't be able to see this page in your dashboard. Only users who created a gallery before April 12th, 2024, with a pre-existing allowlist, will be able to see an Inventory page in your dashboard.

 

The Inventory section of your Dashboard shows currently available Drops, Editions, and NFT listings, along with the listing status, price, page views, and sales revenue.

Learn more about creating Drops, Editions, or NFTs.

Please reach out to Foundation Support if you have any questions!

 

Settings

The Settings section in your dashboard is where you can edit your gallery's Details, add or edit Team members, edit your onchain Payments information, or view the Ownership page, which displays your gallery's NFT.

 

Details

Use the Design page to edit your gallery's basic information and design which includes the logo, cover image, description, and URL. Onchain information such as the gallery name and gallery fee cannot currently be edited.

 

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Recommended specs for customizing your gallery:

  • Gallery Logo: 1920 x 1920 JPG, PNG, or GIF. 10MB max
  • Cover Image: 2800 x 2000 JPG, PNG, or GIF. 10MB max
  • Gallery Description: 1,500 characters or less
  • Gallery URL: 48 characters or less

 

Allowlist

* Please note that if you have a gallery created before April 12th, 2024, with a pre-existing allowlist, you will be able to continue to use your gallery's allowlist without creating an exhibition, and sellers can continue to list directly into your gallery. If you create a new gallery or have a pre-existing gallery without an allowlist, you won't be able to see the Allowlist page in your dashboard.

All galleries created after that date won't have allowlist capabilities, and curators will need to create an exhibition for sellers to list and launch their works.

Please reach out to Foundation Support if you have any questions!

 

On the Allowlist page, you can manage your gallery allowlist and set your general listings fee.

Artists added to your gallery allowlist can list works for sale in your gallery at any time without being part of an exhibition. Here, you'll edit the curator fee you collect from all non-exhibition sales.

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  1. Navigate to the Allowlist page on your dashboard.
  2. Here's where you can edit your gallery's general listings fee. This is the share of proceeds paid to you as the curator for each sale within the gallery. The curator fee should range from 0% to 50% and can be edited at any time.
  3. Add or edit Artists by adding the seller's Foundation username or wallet address. Sellers can be removed or added at any time.
  4. If everything looks good, click Confirm, sign the transaction in your wallet, and pay the required gas fees to complete the transaction.

To remove sellers from your gallery:

  1. Click ••• next to the seller you wish to remove.
  2. Select Remove from Allowlist.
  3. Click confirm removal, sign the transaction in your wallet, and pay the required gas fees to complete the transaction.

 

Team

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On the team page, you can assign roles and permissions to users you trust to help you manage your gallery. Please note that adding and removing Admins and Editors are an onchain action and require gas fees. 

 

Editors

Editors are users who can perform web2 functions and edit the allowlist. This includes actions such as creating an exhibition, editing an exhibition's story updating the gallery cover image, managing inventory, and more. Editors cannot perform any web3 actions beyond editing the allowlist.

Admins

Admins are trusted users who have access to most Web3 and Web2 functions. They also have access to all Editor functions, plus the ability to add/remove other Admins/Editors and update the payment address. 

Gallery Owner

The Gallery Owner has full control over the gallery. They have access to all current web2 and web3 functionalities, including burning the gallery, adding to the allowlist, adding/removing Admins and Editors, editing an exhibition's story, managing inventory, and more. There can only be one gallery Owner at this time.

Adding an Admin or Editor:

  1. Go to the Team page in your dashboard.
  2. Click on the + Add button next to the role that you wish to add a user to.
  3. Enter the username or wallet address that you want to add.
  4. Click + Add.
  5. Once you have finished adding all of the users, click save onchain and approve the transaction.
  6. Done!

 

Payments

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On the payment page, you can edit your onchain payout information. Curators won’t be able to edit the curators fee of the gallery, but you can divert your revenue to a different wallet.

To edit your onchain payout information:

  1. Click edit.
  2. Enter the desired wallet address. Please make sure you double-check that the wallet address is valid and correct.
  3. Click Save Onchain.

You’ll now automatically receive payments to that address when an NFT gets sold or minted in this gallery.

 

Ownership

Creating a gallery mints an NFT. That NFT represents the ownership of your gallery. The Ownership page displays your gallery's NFT. You can also delete your gallery by burning the gallery NFT on the ownership page.

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You can also burn your gallery NFT from your dashboard to delete it. All listings will no longer be associated with this gallery, and your gallery will be permanently deleted. Please make sure you’re burning the correct gallery.

For more information on deleting your gallery, view this help article.

 

Spotlight

To spotlight an item on your Gallery homepage, follow the directions below.

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You can spotlight any inventory or exhibition that's in your gallery.

To spotlight inventory:

  1. Navigate to the inventory.
  2. Click the three dots on the right-hand side of the item.
  3. Click Add Spotlight +.

To spotlight an exhibition:

  1. View the gallery page.
  2. Click Add Spotlight + at the top of the gallery page.
  3. To remove an existing item, hover over the spotlighted item and click Edit or Remove.

If you have any questions, please contact us, and we’ll be happy to help!

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