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How to Batch Upload Images

This video shows you how to upload multiple images to Builder in a single workflow. When you've uploaded your images, you can access them under Your Recent Photos in the Choose Photo dialogue.

Skill set: Basic

Area: UI only

Length: ~1 minute

Prerequisites

  • Youʻll need a Builder account.
  • An evergreen browser; that is, a modern, up-to-date browser such as Google Chrome.

There are two ways to get to the bulk upload option. You can visit https://builder.io/upload to get the screen where you can drag or choose your files. Just be sure that you are in the Builder space where you want the images stored. The screen below shows that the Space called Sandbox is open.

You can also get to the batch upload using the Image Edit button. If you don't have an image block on your page, open the Insert tab and drag an Image block onto your page.

Click the Edit button on the Image, and select Choose Photo.

The Upload Photo page opens. In the upper-right corner of that page is a link to Bulk Upload images.

Clicking the Bulk Upload link opens the following page where you can upload your photos by selecting a group. You can choose them from a menu, or drag them onto the page.

Select your files from the upload menu and click the Open button.

The confirmation screen shows that your images have been uploaded.

When you're ready to use the images you uploaded, you can find them under the Your Recent Photos tab.

Next steps

To learn more of what you can do in Builder, check out the other tutorials in the Video Library or build out a page with more sections and techniques in the Getting Started.

For more information on images, refer to Working with Images.

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