Image used in campaign gone?

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Image used in campaign gone? says that I should be able to identify images used in campaigns. Has this feature changed? It seems that none of my images display this info when the thumbnail is clicked in the Library view.

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Re: Image used in campaign gone?

Hi @IlanaV1


Thank you for adding that link into your post! It has definitely helped to understand exactly what you are looking for. I apologize your Library does not show this. Being able to see if an image has been used in a previous sent email, is a feature only available in our older Legacy Newsletter Templates. You are currently working in our newest Third Generation Editor, where this feature has not yet been added. I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. While there is not currently a time estimate for when this is available, I have submitted your feedback to the appropriate teams.


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