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This User Documentation covers the HTML pages for ADPOINT version 7.7.


Unless otherwise described, this documentation covers the English language setting of ADPOINT. You can however easily switch between English language and your preferred language through the user menu of ADPOINT. This may help you find out what a specific feature is called in your language.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Finding your way around


Stay organized with tabs


To create a new tab, press the + sign at the right end of tab line. You will be prompted to select a tab type:


Uses the entire screen to show a list of orders


Has a split-screen view to show orders and materials


Has a split-screen view to show orders and assets

By default a new tab gets the name of the chosen type but they can be renamed by double clicking the tab name and entering a new name.


The toolbar contains the most used features and commands. Its content depends on the tab type but in general you can use the toolbar to access:


A list of actions to be performed on marked lines.


Select if the list should contain orders that are running, archived or both.

Column settings

Select the columns to be shown from a predefined list.


Set auto refresh intervals or completely switch off auto refresh. You can also use the circle/arrow icon to force a refresh.


Enter a string to search for. ADPOINT is configured to look for the string in selected fields

Choose filter

Select a filter from a list of saved filters. Pressing the Pencil icon opens advanced filtering

Clear filter

Clears all filters and searches

User menu

Here you can select your preferred language, request a password change, log out and clear user preferences. Please note that clearing user preferences will reset all tabs. Data in lists, saved filters and column definitions are still available.



The list shows all the orders or assets (items) that are currently found.


There are three different annotation types:

Sticky note

For annotations that apply to a single spot on a creative.


For annotations to limited areas that stands out,


For annotations that apply to longer texts.

Each annotation type has a text box where descriptive text can be entered. In addition the color of the annotation can be set and a file can be attached. Stickers are automatically labelled with the username and timestamp.


Filters consist of one or more line, each defining a specific search. A search is made up by:


A list of column names that can be used in the filter.


A list of words describing how the column relates to the value.


A text or number to which the column relates.


If you want to find all order lines where the Sales rep name begins with John, you will set up a filter like that looks something like:

[Sales rep] [begins with] [John]

Filters can have multiple lines, each defined as above. When a multi-line filter is created, you will also get the option to define how each line works with the other. In the beginning of the second and subsequent filter lines, there will be an And/Or operator.


means that the previous line and the current line should be “true” to find an item.


means that either the previous line or the current line should be “true” to find an item.

[Sales rep] [begins with] "John"
and[Adtype] [equals] "digital"
finds Johns digital items


The relation between the order and the asset list can be defined by the Match menu in the toolbar above the asset list.


All assets are shown


Only assets belonging to the Customer of the currently selected orderline are show in the asset window.


All of the above are impacted by active filters in the asset window.

Asset types

Asset types are currently not supported in ADPOINT 7.7.