Welcome to your Image Manager
This is where you upload and store all the images that automatically get turned into SmartFrames.
A note on SmartFrames and Image Pages
Once an image is uploaded to your Image manager and automatically converted into the SmartFrame format, an Image Page is created. This Image Page is the default location of your new SmartFrame. When you are ready to start sharing your SmartFrame, you may want to direct your visitors to a different page. You can control where you direct traffic from your SmartFrames in your Sharing and Indexing section. Learn more about Sharing and Indexing.
Click the upload button to upload your first image to your account.
This is the title of your image. Edit this by clicking anywhere on the Image ID line.
Once you upload an image, you can add and edit metadata by clicking on the Key tab. Metadata information is also used to populate certain fields of your Profile.
Key: This is the type of metadata you can add to your SmartFrame – we have some default options in the dropdown list, but you can add a new key by typing information in the Key Field. This will automatically save as an option in the dropdown menu.
Id : Add an id number to your image for search reference.
Author : Credit the copyright of the image.
Title : Name the image to ensure that it is identifiable in Google.
Year : Credit the year this image was published.
Press the “save” button before moving on.
An embed code is automatically generated for each SmartFrame. The behaviour of this SmartFrame is determined by which profile it is associated with. Your Default Profile will be automatically selected, but you can change this later. (More on Profiles here.)
You can also select a different Profile to associate with your SmartFrame using the dropdown menu.
You can embed a full-size SmartFrame image, choose from our pre-set sizes, or set your own custom embed size.
We offer two embed code types, Script embed code or an iFrame for you to easily copy and paste to your website.
Image Manager Views
You can manage your images in a list view or grid view, and search images by title or data range.
List view: Displays a small image thumbnail along with useful information such as when it was uploaded, the image id, size and resolution.
Grid view: Images are displayed in larger thumbnail preview.
Searching your images
You can search your image by title (image id) or date range.
Most viewed: Images with the most views in its entire lifecycle as a SmartFrame.
Live views: Number of views is collected and sorted from the last 15 minutes to show you which images are being viewed the most in descending order.
Trending view: How many views this SmartFrame acquires in the last 24 hours.
With the SF Tracker add-on for the option to sort your images by most viewed, number of live views, or ones that are currently trending.