All of your images (assets) for use in your Ometria campaign templates are hosted in the Asset manager:
See also: Can I use GIFs in my emails?
Go to: Campaigns > Asset Manager
From here, you can search, upload and sort all of your assets in Ometria.
|Search assets||Enter an asset name to search.|
To open your file browser and find an asset to upload.
Note: The maximum file size for upload into the asset manager is 5MB. GIFs should be no larger than 1MB.
|Sort by||Sort the assets in order of:
Click to create a new folder for an asset category.
To create a new child folder, click into the ‘parent’ folder and then select New folder.
|Up||If you have a multi-level folder structure you can click Up to return to the parent folder.|
You can upload your assets to Ometria by selecting the Upload button, or by dragging and dropping the files directly from your computer - you can also upload multiple assets in this way.
Select any file, or multiple files by clicking them. This opens further options in the tool bar:
|Deselect all||To clear the assets you’ve selected.|
To remove the assets you’ve selected.
When you delete an asset, the database record (either the item or the entire folder) is removed from the asset manager, but the assets are not deleted from the CDN, so your older emails will still display correctly with the deleted images included.
Choose a folder from the drop-down list to move the assets you’ve selected into.
When you move an asset between folders, the asset will retain its CDN/S3 path, which means that it will still display correctly in your templates.
Rename or get the URL for your asset.
Note: This option doesn't display if you have selected multiple assets, as neither action can be performed in bulk.
You can’t export assets from Ometria once they’ve been uploaded, so it’s best practice to keep them backed up locally as well.
However, if you need to use an asset outside of Ometria and don’t have a backed up copy, you can use the Get URL feature.
Select the asset you want to copy and select More > Get URL
A URL displays, which you can copy and paste into a new tab in your browser. This can be saved as a .PNG file.