Hi @Assist-Deb, thanks so much for the feedback! It would definitely be good to have an easier way to view more files on a single page - that would make the bulk deleting process much easier.
I've set this open for others to vote on, thanks again for the great feedback!
Hi @JanetH60 thank you for sharing this feedback with us. How are you looking to sort your photos? Having any details of how you would like to sort them is helpful information to submit to our Product Team. At this time images can be sorted in the Library of your account through folders as well as the date added column. Clicking on the Date Added header will allow your images to sort from oldest to newest or newest to oldest.
I am beyond frustrated with Constant Contact not having an easy, intuitive way to delete images. I am constantly hovering at 97-98% full with a "Do you want to upgrade space?" message? No, I don't. What I do want is not having to spend hours clicking images to delete them. There's an easier way (how about adding "sort by date"? ... select all... etc). These features can be found in other realms of Constant Contact. Between this, and no easy way to find delete contacts who haven't opened your last (____) emails (I should be able to choose that number as account owner), I am almost done with Constant Contact. It's insulting to be forced to upgrade space because as a busy small business person I don't have time to manually click-click-click to delete images.
Hello @CeliaM7. You can sort by date in the library by clicking on the Date Added column. I understand that this is not a solution but I hope this makes the process of deleting old images a little easier.
Also, with our Segment feature, you can search for contacts who did not open any of your last five emails. At this time, the only selection is for five emails.
I did call yesterday about the issue of deleting images and was given that option. The problem is that all the images don't show up at once. You need to keep clicking "Load More"... "Load More". It is tedious.
As well, I know that we can delete contacts who don't open the last 5 emails. As account owners, we should have the option for choosing our own number of non-opened emails to qualify for deletion. For me, 5 is too small a number.
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