How to use Folders on Muck Rack
Use folders to organize your Coverage Reports, Media Lists, Outlet Lists and Pitches.
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Written by Vanessa Neurohr
Updated over a week ago

Folders in Muck Rack allow you to organize your data efficiently for your organization. Use folders to organize your data by brand, client, team, campaign and more!

Access and create a new folder

Folders are contained in a pane on the left side of the table view within the Coverage Reports, Media Lists, Outlet Lists or Pitches pages. From here, you can easily organize your objects, create new folders, and edit their sharing settings.

Click the View Folders link on the left side of the tableview to expand the pane. This will present all folders that you have created for that section in Muck Rack:

From the expanded pane, click create new to create a new folder:

Organizing your data by adding objects into a folder

To add objects to your folder, select the checkboxes next to one or many Coverage Reports, Pitches, Media Lists or Outlet Lists and select the Move to folder option. From the dropdown, select an existing folder or title a new folder to select which folder these objects will be added to:

Clicking different folders in the left pane will change the reports or lists that show up in the tableview. Easily view all lists or reports by selecting All Reports or All Lists in the left pane.

Best practices

Folders in Muck Rack allow you to organize objects by team name, brand name, relationship owner or in any way that you choose. Create folders with the corresponding team and/or brand names to allow your team to use folders as a filter option for the objects that they will be working in.

By adding objects to a folder titled and owned by a specific team or team member, this allows them to have their own consolidated view of the data assigned and/or owned by them on their team’s Muck Rack account:

Adding objects to folders will not remove or delete them from the All Coverage Reports, All Media Lists, All Outlet Lists or All Pitches lists.

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