Images are different from Logos and Components in that:

  • They contain a single image (i.e. - not a group of images).

  • They do not contain any filters or enhancements made to an image (see below).

  • They are replaceable with other images.


Saving edited images to assets

If you have edited your image, i.e. performed any of these actions:

  • Applied a contone color

  • Applied a photo effect

  • Applied any enhancements

  • Rotated the image

  • Cropped the image

Then you will see this option when you try to save the image to your assets:

You can select to add the modified version or the original. If you choose to add the modified version, the image that is then added to your assets will permanently have the effects applied.

If you wish to save your image with the effects still editable, you can do so by saving it as a Component.


What does being replaceable mean?

Simply put, this means that if you want to replace the image with another one, you don't have to delete, re-insert and reposition (or possibly re-embed) your new one.

Rather, simply click on the image, click on the replace button on the context toolbar and from there you can select your new image.


What file types are supported for images?

You can select any image (bitmap - i.e. photos, pictures) on your page and add it to your assets.

Note: Only admins can add assets to your library. Members can insert assets into documents.

If you want to upload an image to your asset library from either your computer, a URL or a cloud drive, these are the file types that are supported:

Supported image file types:

  • JPG / JPEG

  • PNG

  • BMP

  • GIF

  • TIF / TIFF


Other articles on Team Assets:

Team Assets | Managing Team Assets | Logos | Images | Components


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