How To Use My Media
In This Article
- What’s In My Media?
- How To Access My Media In The Post Editor
- How To View My Media In Find Content
- How To Search And Sort My Media
- Common Questions
What’s In My Media?
My Media contains all of the videos, GIFs and images that you have used in SmarterQueue.
This includes any media you’ve uploaded to SmarterQueue as well as any media that you have curated from third parties (both web and social) and shared from your SmarterQueue account.
How To Access My Media In The Post Editor
While editing or adding a post, you can search and add your saved media.
1. Inside the Post Editor, click on the camera icon to 'Add Media'
2. In the popup that appears, select 'My Media'
3. The My Media window will open and from here you can view and search for all images, GIFs, and videos you've previously used in SmarterQueue
4. Click on an individual photo, GIF, or video to preview it then select 'Add To Post' to continue building your post in the editor
How To View My Media In Find Content
1. Using the top menu, navigate to Add Content > Find Content
2. Select 'My Media' on the left sidebar to open and view your media folder
💡 Can't think of anything to post? Try browsing your My Media folder for inspiration, you might find something worth re-sharing!
3. Click on an individual photo, GIF, or video to preview it then select 'Add To Post' to continue building your post in the editor
How To Sort And Search My Media
Inside your My Media folder, you can easily find relevant images by entering terms in the search bar
You can also use the drop down filters to quickly narrow your media library by:
- Type: images, GIFs, or videos
- Origin: uploaded from your computer, or shared from the web
- Size: wide, tall or square
- Date: the newest or oldest
- Use: the most or least posted
- Engagement: the most or least engagement
Can I upload media directly to My Media?
To bulk upload images to My Media, please follow the steps in this article: How To Bulk Upload Images To My Media
Note: You cannot upload media from your computer directly to My Media.