Overview of the Layouts page
Field and Button Descriptions
A useful descriptor of the layout.
The Company who will own the layout. All owner-companies of that company will be able to see the layout, but any of that company's sub-companies will not.
The Audit feature is to view all actions taken to this Layout object. This creates a level of responsibility for anyone changing Layout settings. More on the Audit feature here.
This feature allows you to get a preview of the layout in your browser window. It's important to note that this will not accurately reflect the content performance or layout and is simply intended as a rough preview.
For example, large files will download to the media player's hard drive and play unbuffered normally, but in the Layout preview large files will buffer and stutter until fully loaded. Also, App Widget features are disabled on layout preview as these tend to require server-side changes that do not get implemented within the server for security compliance reasons.
Change the layout name, reassign the layout to a different company, or upload custom CSS to the layout. More information here.
Make a duplicate of the existing Layout. By default it will rename to the same name, but with a timestamp. You can go to Edit to rename the layout from there.
Here you will be able to add/edit/delete/relocate/resize widgets on the layout canvas. More information here.
Delete deactivates the layout. To permanently delete it you will need to hit delete a second time after the Delete action has taken effect. You also have the ability to undo the deactivation after the first Delete action, but not after the second Delete action.