The Image Repository is intended to hold images that will be displayed on the site. It is not meant to hold images in an Intranet-like fashion (all images are intended to be public-facing). Images that are stored on the site but not meant to be seen by the public will need to be stored in Document Center folders or on some other shared drive.
When images are uploaded to the image repository, files are compressed using an image compression algorithm to attempt to reduce their file size. This algorithm can reduce image size by about 90%.
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Can you please add an obvious disclaimer at the top of the Image Repository module that includes the following key points:
I don't believe most organizations are aware of this (I just found out yesterday, after 5 years of working with this product), and it seems incredibly important to be mindful of.
Hello Michael Tjoelker! I know that you've replied to a post in the EngageExchange on this topic, but I wanted to follow up here as well.
At this time I don't have any updates, but we're discussing how to handle this with our development teams. Any updates will be posted to the EngageExchange post.
Are "unpublished" images in the image repository searchable/viewable to anyone who happens to do a search online?
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