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When creating a webpage or editing an email template, it may be convenient to have the content available for other colleagues or for future use.
Azavista's integrated HTML editor provides this functionality, which we call "image bank".
Follow the steps below.
Open a webpage (or email template) and click on the image icon in the toolbar.
Next, click on the "browse server" button. You will be taken to the "Image bank" interface.
On the left side you have a folders' tree where you can organise the files that you upload. You can create sub-directories.
I've created one called "Demo folder" (you can always re-name them and/or delete them).
Upload your photo to the chosen folder.
Choose your photo to be inserted into the webpage (or email template).
You'll be taken back to the previous interface (from where you clicked to access the image bank). Once you accept, the photo will be added.
Now if you go back to the image bank, you (or anyone in your organisation) will find the photo in the folder where you have stored it.
It's important to notice that, whenever you add a photo to a webpage or email template, Azavista is creating an independent copy. This means that if yourself or someone removes the photo from the image bank, it will still remain in the webpage or email template.
The image bank provides further functionality that we have not covered in this article and that we invite you to explore on your own.
You can see, in the toolbar of the last image, the different options: "View" (preview), "Upload"/"Download", "Edit" (apply filters to the image) and finally options that regard to the file-management aspect: "move"/"copy" to another folder, "rename" the file and/or "delete" it.
You can also customise visualisation settings for your files, which can be very useful when the amount of files grows to a large number.
Also, please notice that if you are using the sub-organisations/teams feature: if the sub-org./team that the event belongs too is changed, then the image bank will point to a new sub-org./team. This means that you won't have access to previous images that belong to another team (For further information click here).
On the top-right corner you'll see the cog icon to access the settings and also a text field to filter on file name.