If I need to use the library to put images in folders, please make it clear which folder it's currently in
Seriously. The combined library is the worst. I use CC for four different clients (four different paid accounts) and this updated library is a huge time waster now. If you expect us to separate our files into folders, why didn't you leave it the old way when it was automatically separated. Now I have to wade through all the stock banners, etc. to get to my own images/photography. It's making me seriously consider jumping ship to MailChimp.
I sought help with this in the library forum, only the learn that the feature has been removed.
I have several folders that I use to organize my library. I wanted to find out where I can see the images that I haven't filed, but learned that it isn't possible.
Why not? It's very helpful to be able to see the images that are not in a folder ... so I can put them in a folder. With multiple previous users over several years, our library is not consistently organized. It's impractical to have to look through every single image to maybe, possibly, hopefully find the one that isn't in a folder.
Can Constant Contact please bring that helpful feature back? Just like I can see my emails that have not been organized into a folder, I'd like to see my unfiled images.
I'm trying to organize my images in to folders but I can't tell which ones are already in a folder or not. An "unfiled" grouping would be very helpful.
Thanks for this feedback!
Thanks for this feedback., Sheryl. All of the images will show in the "All" folder but there is not currently an unfiled folder.
This is a nightmare for me as well. And how can I tell if an image has NOT been used in an email without clicking in and out of each one? I have LOTS of images, all neatly organized in folders. Except there is no way to tell what folder they are in when in "all iamges" view. So good luck to me on organizing things.
Please PLEASE give us the ability to tell what folder an image is in, AND if it is not in any folder.
YES please implement this imediately. This would help a LOT. It should not be that hard to do.
Thanks for posting. You can see what folder an image is in if you click into the image details but I can understand how it would be helpful to see this information in other places.
1) It would be great if when in the "All" list, a column or tag shows which folder the email/image is tied to.
2) It would be nice if there was an automatic folder that lists all the emails/images not tied to a folder. I would make it easier to file the emails/images.
Thanks for posting this feedback, I understand how this can be a frustrating process!
I totally agree -- and I think there are enough entries and comments for CC to understand it is a bad idea.
Bring back the Uncategorized folder!!
PS: this applies also to the emails.
Thanks for posting this feedback!
I completely agree - it seems to me that this is fundamental requirement for any folder-based management system and I cannot understand why it was not there from the start of the 'new' system. The principle also applies to 'Email Lists' in 'Contacts'.
super frustrating. CTCT - Please change it!!
Thanks for sharing this feedback! If you click into the image details you will be able to see what folder the image is part of but you wouldn't see this information in any list view.
Here it is, almost eight months after the most recent comment, and there still is no way to see *just* the images that haven't been put in a folder. Nor is there a way to see what folder an image is in. Come on, CC, it's a database. If you can get the image size to display, you can get the folder, or lack thereof, to display. The info is there.
And why is there NOT an "unfiled" folder?? So many people want it. It shouldn't be that hard to do. (I'm a software developer/web designer/database admin, so I know whereof I speak.)
I agree with this idea - we have just migrated to the new user interface with the selection boxes on the left of the screen.
I seem to remember that, in the original version of the GUI, when I hovered over the folder icon it would show if an image/picture was in a folder - Maybe I am mistaken on this.
But today there is no way to know if an image is in a folder -
Could this piece of imformation be added to the information displayed when I view all pictures? The picture dimanesion in pixels is provided and the size in kbytes - these two pieces of info are ... to my mind .... relatively unimportant. In the display I want to know what the name is and where it is stored/folders the image is in.
And show us if it has been used in an email - and/or the last-used-in-an-email date. I mean, if we used it in 2012 and those emails are going to be nuked for us anyway, we don't need the email.
Observation / suggestion:
In the graphics library when we assign graphics to a folder it would be extremely helpful to have the option to no longer see them in the general listing. If you are seeking something not already in a folder it requires massive scrolling and waiting for the "LOAD MORE" button to do so.
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