The Images and Attachments feature provides an overview of attachments and images saved in the Optimizely Campaign content database, and also lets you edit those files.
To access the overview, open the Optimizely Campaign menu and select Campaigns > Images and Attachments.
You can perform the following actions:
- In the overview, click an image or attachment.
- Click Edit…. The Edit Image/Edit Attachment window opens.
- Enter a new file name for the image or a new file name and a description for the attachment.
The name you apply to the file should match the original file, so as not to confuse the mailing recipient.
Do not use uppercase, spaces, umlauts, or special characters, and add the file extension. Otherwise, the attachment does not load correctly. Example: flowers_for_you.pdf.
- If you want to change the file, that is, use another file (by uploading a new file or specifying another URL), click Previous and make the change.
- Click Save.
- Clear selection
Click Clear selection to deselect the image or attachment.
Click the Images tab to display images, or the Attachments tab to display attachments.
The Images overview displays the following information:
- Name. The file name.
- URL. Where the image is stored. If it is physically uploaded to Optimizely Campaign, the URL is an internal URL (http.//img.example.com/...). If you selected External URL, the file's original URL is shown.
- Location. Indicates whether the image is stored on Optimizely Campaign (server) or located externally.
- Dimensions. The image's dimensions in pixels.
Select an image in the overview to display an image preview.
The Attachments overview displays the following information:
- Description. The attachment description.
- File Name. The file name.
- URL. If you selected External URL while importing the attachment, the file address appears. If the file was physically imported into Optimizely Campaign, this field is empty.
- Location. Indicates if the file is stored on the Optimizely Campaign (server) or located externally.
- Type. The file format (PDF, DOC and so on). This is the original file format as recognized by Optimizely Campaign when the file was added, not the format you applied while naming it.
The type you apply to the file should match the original file, so as not to confuse the mailing recipient.
- Size. The file size in bytes. Use discretion with the file size, so recipients are not annoyed by large attachments.