It's frustrating when I try to organize things in my library and I've scrolled down pretty far into it, made one change, and it takes me back to the top again. I wish there was an easier way to work into the library! Thanks for considering!
Hi @ASC2002. I am not able to replicate this issue. The library does not use pagination and when I went in to edit one of my own photos that was further down the page, I was left off at the same place and did not need to scroll to get back to where I was working. Were you working in the Library tab? Also if you could get a screen recording of what's happening, this would be helpful for us.
I kept at my cleanup project and learned NOT to use the FOLDER icon when I want to assign a photo to a folder. To retain my place, I now know to use the EDIT icon, instead. There I can do as little or as much with the image as I want - it just wasn't apparent when I first started working in the Library.
See what happens when you use the Folder icon just to add an image to a folder. I hope Constant Contact will either remove the Folder icon, or update it to function as the EDIT icon does (returning to listing of last image worked on).
Thanks for getting back to me.
Holly Zemke, Waterworks Visual Arts Center
Hi @ASC2002 thanks for following up with these details! We have opened you idea up vote to so other users can weigh in as well.
Hi @GayB20 thanks for sharing this feedback with us! Being able to be brought to the last place you left off after deleting images from your library is a great feature request. We have opened up your idea so other users can weigh in as well.
I just searched for an answer to the same problem. I'm going to try ASC2002's advice to use the edit instead of the folder icon. It's tedious to try to organize an image library. I tried selecting several at once but as soon as I clicked the folder button, it deselected the folder checkbox on that photo.
Hi @SarahH7450 thanks for sharing this feedback with us! We have tracked your request with the appropriate teams and opened up your idea so other users can weigh in as well.
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