Using the image library
Once you've uploaded some images to Qwilr, they'll be stored in your image library to use again. Here's how to make the best use of your image library.
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Accessing your image library
To access your image library, head into any page. Click on the + symbol from any blank line, and then choose Image.
That places you in the image library. Your uploads will display by default, but the library has 3 sections:
- Unsplash Collections: Qwilr contains a large stock image library from our partner Unsplash, which you can use in your pages royalty-free.
- Recently Used: Images you've added to pages recently. This display will combine your uploads and stock images.
- Uploads: All images your team has uploaded to pages.
By default, Qwilr arranges your images according to when they were uploaded, with the most recent ones first.
Renaming your uploaded images
You can update the titles of the images you've uploaded at any time. This makes it easier for your team to search and locate images easily.
To rename an image, hover over its thumbnail. The filename will appear in the top left corner. Click on that to change the name, and then click the check mark. The change will save automatically.
Note: a naming convention can help keep your team's images organized. If, for example, you always use "logo" in the names of logo images, your team will be able to search for "logo" and see them all.
Searching your uploaded images
Your uploads library has a search bar at the top, which you can use to locate images quickly. Just type your query in the box, and all images with that word in their filename will appear.
Deleting images from your library
You can delete images from your library at any time. When you delete an image, it will remain visible in all pages where you've already used it. You can always upload it again later if you need to.
To delete an image from the library, hover over its thumbnail. A trash can icon will appear in the top right corner of the image. Click that to remove this image from your library.