You can upload multiple libraries using only one action using the Bulk Upload function.
- Currently, only image libraries are supported.
- Right now this feature is in Beta
Zip file requirements
- The folders should be zipped in a .zip file (no .rar, no .7z files). Only .zip files are supported at the moment.
- Library folders should be in the root of the zip file.
- If you want to upload libraries with categories, the library should be in the root and inside the libraries there should be subfolders each with their images.
- A zip can contain both libraries with images and libraries with categories (in the form of subfolders).
- The images in the library will be sorted alphabetically.
- The maximum size is 1 GB.
- If the zip has another type of structure, the upload will fail.
Image Order and Thumbnails
- The images in the library will be ordered alphabetically.
- For Categories, the last image will be used for the thumbnail.
- To choose a specific image as a thumbnail, you will need to upload an image with the name "+++". That image will not be included in the category folder. For example, a folder with this images:
Will result in a Category with the following thumbnail:
Note that the image for the thumbnail needs to appear two times when using the "+++" naming.
After the process
- The uploaded libraries will be displayed in the library view. Only the uploaded libraries will be shown
- If you refresh the page, you will be returned to the full library view.
When building the the zip file, the following configurations could arise:
A is correct. The zip file with this contents will create two libraries, one will be "pets" and have two categories ("birds" and "cats") and the other will be "foods", without any category.
B is wrong. The "food" folder has both images and a folder inside it. "vegetables" should be a folder either a folder at the same level as food or "apple, banana and strawberry" should be inside another folder like "fruits".
C is wrong because all of the folders are inside a "MyLibraries" folder. The libraries should be in the root of the zip file