Making your collections searchable will be one of your main priorities, enabling you to enhance access and discoverability.
Creating Attribute Sets is a vital way of organising and collecting data, to make search results as quick and comprehensive as possible. An attribute set is the combination of data that makes up a particular format. For example, a journal set might include the issue number and date of publication. Photos might include the date the picture was taken, together with the place or venue, and the photographer’s name.
These attribute sets power your search through sub categorisation, providing further filters that can be applied separately between different formats.