If I need to use the library to put images in folders, please make it clear which folder it's currently in
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'.
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