Want to update or edit your collection?
There are two ways that you can find you can manage your collection and access its settings:
The first is to navigate to your Dashboard and select the collection you want to manage. A link to that page can be found here.
The second is to navigate from your collections mint page. To do this, select your wallet address/ENS name in the bottom right corner, then select Manage Edition.
Updating your Information
In your settings, you can currently update and change the metadata of your collection and your editions. For your individual editions, you are also able to create airdrops.
While viewing the overview page of your collection, you can view your current treasury balance, all of the editions within your collection, and the option to "Add a new NFT to this collection".
Update your Collection
To update your collection, navigate to the “Settings” tab. From here, you can update your collection name, description, and thumbnail and add attributes to your collection.
Update your Edition
You can select the edition from your collection overview page to update one of your editions within your 1155 collection. From here, you can update your edition's sale configuration, view the number of tokens that have been minted, create an airdrop and also add a burn-to-redeem period to your edition.
Select the Settings tab to update your collection's metadata, including the edition's name, description, attributes and artwork file.
Once you are satisfied with the changes you have made:
Approve the Gas fee: A message will appear within your connected wallet for you to approve the gas fee to complete the update of your collection. Gas fees are the cost of interacting with the Ethereum blockchain. Gas fees are not set or collected by ZORA.
Once the transaction has been confirmed, your changes/updates will be saved onchain.
Add a Burn-To-Redeem Period to your Edition
You can add a burn-to-redeem period by selecting the "Burn to Redeem" tab in your collection's settings.
You can follow our guide here to learn more about creating a burn-to-redeem period on your edition.