When you see a hub listed on topic or whereever the photo thumbnail shown appears to be the first one in the hub. I cant find anywhere to change this. To persuade people to click that photo probably needs to bright or clear because of the small thumbnail view, but I like to the order the photos inside the hub to reflect the narrative. Anyway to ad the feature so the author can select which photo to display on the thumnail?
You are correct that the first image in the hub (where the original is at least 100x100 pixels) is used for the listing image. Adding the ability to choose any photo would be nice but it is a fair amount of work to implement that for what would be a small marginal improvement. We'll throw it into the hopper, but it probably get done in the near future (but hopefully you'll agree that what we do get done instead benefits you more).
No worries just thought it would be worth doing if it was easy to do!
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