Key Idea: Favorite Folders let you group and save liked images for easy access. A Favorite Folder is linked to the email address used to login to a Client Gallery, or an IPS Session. Each gallery comes with a default Favorite Folder that can be accessed via the “heart” icon on an image. You can add and name additional Favorite Folders, too!
Tip: If you can’t find favorited images, you are likely not searching under the email address that was used when selecting favorites. Go to the Image tab in your Event and look under “Favorites/Ratings/Orders” to find favorited images.
Using a single Favorite Folder
Both Client Galleries and IPS Sessions automatically include a Favorite Folder. Your client can trigger the Favorite Folder from the heart that shows in the upper right corner of an image. Once an image has been chosen, the heart will turn pink.
Using multiple Favorite Folders
Adding a Favorite Folder to a Client Gallery
1. To add additional Favorite Folders, go to the top right of the thumbnail view and click the heart icon.
2. Select “Create new folder” from the modal
3. Enter your folder name and click Create.
Note: If you choose “Share this folder” other gallery visitors can see your favorites.
4. When more than one Favorite Folder exists, the user is prompted for which folder(s) should include the selected image. The user may choose to put the image in any combination of Favorite Folders.
Adding a Favorite Folder to an IPS Session
1. To add additional Favorite Folders, go to the All Images button in the lower left corner of any of the four IPS Culling screens.
2. Add a new Folder Name and click Create
3. Once more than one Favorite Folder exists, you will be prompted for which folder(s) should include the selected image. You may choose to put an image in any combination Favorite Folders.
Power Tip: Use the multi-select option to add more than one image to a Favorite Folder at a time.
First, select the checkmark to activate multi-select from the Thumbnail View.
Second, select the heart in the Multi-Select menu to assign the images to one or more folders.