If you own a lot of Asset packagesA collection of files and data from Unity Projects, or elements of Projects, which are compressed and stored in one file, similar to Zip files, with the
.unitypackage extension. Asset packages are a handy way of sharing and re-using Unity Projects and collections of Assets. More info
See in Glossary, it might be difficult to easily find what you need on the My Assets list. The Asset StoreA growing library of free and commercial assets created by Unity and members of the community. Offers a wide variety of assets, from textures, models and animations to whole Project examples, tutorials and Editor extensions. More info
See in Glossary provides a lot of tools to help organize and find what you need easily.
To access your purchased and downloaded Asset packages, click the My Assets quick link (A) or select My Assets from your profile drop-down menu (B).
The My Assets page displays the list of Asset packages you have purchased or downloaded already and which match any searches, filters, sorting, or categories you select.
(B) Click Manage my labels to switch to an edit mode where you can apply changes to more than one Asset package at a time.
(C) The search box lets you search for an Asset package by entering a keyword, such as the Asset package’s name, a word or phrase in its description, or a filename matching any files in the Asset package.
(D) Click Open in Unity to load the Unity Hub so you can pick the Project where you want to import your Asset package.
(E) The filter sidebar helps narrow down the list of Asset packages displayed. You can apply these filters to any searches, categories, selections, or sorting schemes you make:
You can mark Asset packages as hidden in your My Assets list on the Unity Asset Store. For example, if you no longer need a deprecated package, hiding it from your list in the Asset Store or the Package Manager window can reduce the clutter. Since you cannot remove Asset packages from your account, this is the equivalent of deleting the package from your account.
To hide your Asset, click Hide asset under the Release Notes for your Assets.
If you need to access them again, you can always select the Hidden Assets status from the filter sidebar.
To stop hiding an Asset package, you can click the x on the Hidden asset marker.
To hide several Assets at once:
Click Manage my labels to display checkboxes next to each Asset package in the list. A set of group links at the top also appear.
Click the Select all checkbox to select all packages at once or click the checkbox beside each Asset package you want to include.
Click Hide asset to mark the selected Asset packages hidden.
The hidden Asset packages disappear from the list.
To exit the edit mode, click Done.