Filtering a list of assets

The Assets page has multiple options for searching, filtering, and sorting the displayed list.

  • The My, and Company, Skytap, and All filters display assets by owner.
    • My – assets that you own.
    • Company – assets owned by other users that have been shared with you (if you’re a user), or all of the assets in the company account (if you’re an administrator).
    • Skytappublic assets owned by Skytap. If this tab isn’t visible, you don’t have access to these assets.
    • All – all assets you have access to, regardless of owner.
  • The Search field helps find assets by name, owner, label, tag, and more. For more information about how search works, see Using search.
  • The remaining filters (listed below) can be used individually or combined. Filters persist on the page until they are removed. To remove a filter, click Clear.
  • After applying a filter or search term, use the Sort by options to sort the list in ascending or descending order by various characteristics (date created, size, etc).

asset index

Filter options




View a list of assets in a selected project.


View a list of with a selected label category or label value.


View a list of assets owned by a selected user. If the My filter is selected above the search bar, the Owner field automatically displays Me as the applied filter.


View a list of assets in a selected region.

Date created

  • Use an In the past… filter to view a list of assets created in the past 24 hours, 7 days, 30 days, or one year.
  • Use a Not in the past… filter to view of a list of assets created more than 30 days ago, more than 60 days ago, or more than 120 days ago.
  • Click the Custom date filter to create a custom In the past… or Not in the past… filter.

Helpful filters and searches

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To view the assets that consume the most storage space in your account

  • Clear all of the filters and searches.
  • Use Sort by size in descending order.

Exporting a list of assets

To export detailed information about the list of assets, click Export CSV. See Exporting a list of environments, templates, or assets.

For more information about other things you can do from the Assets list page, see Adding and sharing files with the Assets page.