Labels help you to add assets automatically to existing collections or packages.
If you want that a specific asset is added to a collection or a package you will need to add the label that matches the collection or package to the asset.
Go to media & metadata in the console
Find and select the asset that should be added
Go metadata --> details
Add the label and click save
The asset will now automatically be added to the collection with the matching labels
You can add as many labels as you want to an asset. It will be included in all collections and packages that match at least one label.
If you want to add an asset to a package you can find the package label in the settings of the package.
You can either manually add the label to the asset or add the metadata asset on the package settings page.
The related content feature also uses labels. You find more details here.
When you add a genre to an asset the system will automatically create a genre_ label. This helps you to get quickly started with some basic collections based on your genres.
If the asset shouldn't be included in a collection or package anymore all you need to do is to remove the label from the metadata asset.
Go to Metadata
Find the asset in the metadata list
Go to the settings tab
Click on edit next to the label you want to remove
Click on remove
Save your changes
The asset will vanish from the collection or package that match that specific label. You can't remove a genre label.