Now you can find that image without having to go down memory lane. In the “In Article” tab of a photo capsule, you can find a list of each one used in that particular article. If you are someone with a large archive, this will save you precious time when trying to replace or reinsert an image. (see example below)
Useful for quick, regular updates. Does the info come with it? I was thinking mainly of its cc license details (if any).
Will, I will test that out on one of my own articles and let you know shortly!
The answer to that question is...no!
I did that already, making albums for each hub and puting all the photos I used in that hub in that album. When I want to replace a photo I uploaded the new one in the hub album and then I upload it in my hub before I delete the old one. Then I copy/paste all the necessary info to the new photo and delete the old one before I hit the save button.
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