Can you select a photo of your choice as the display pic for an article?
Hp usually picks the first pic by default. Can we do something about it?
You can use your own photos. You have to have permission to others photos you find online. There is free photo sites too. Give the photo source when you post photos that belong to others. If you do these things then your photos will be okay. Good quality photos are best for full size.
You say truth but I was inquiring about selecting your preferred pic (from the other pics of the same article) as the display pic of the article for public to view.
Yes, sorry. it picks the first one in your article.
It is my understanding they go with your first high quality picture and that can't be changed. Could you just put the picture you want first at the top of your article, maybe re-arranging your paragraphs capsules around if needed, so that you have your desired picture first in your article, so it will show for the display?
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