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OK a newbie questions "again"!
I have uploaded my pics to Auctiva from my hard drive.
The pictures no longer are on my hard drive. Is this how Auctiva does it? When it uploads them, does it literally take them or merely copy them to Auctiva?
I suspect the it takes, but I want to make sure.
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Originally posted by Shadeaux:
Hi N.
When you click on your username here, it'll take you to your profile. Or you can get there from the Go, New, Find... tabs near the top of the page. Once there, click on Karma from the left column. That'll show you how you sig line is rated. Smile

well, I'm not so sure I wanta see my karma today.. Wink But newbie really isn't very flattering....however at my age not much is anymore!!!
Well, I'm back.....another image issue. I have over 300 pics so far listed on ebay and am trying to put them in folders here on Auctiva. I have about twice as many to shoot still....minatures.. Roll Eyes boy did I get myself into a lot of work.

How many folders can I create?
I am in the Image Folder section and I created similar folders to those I have on Picture Manager in ebay. Made sense to me....what I'm familiar with.

When I went to move the pics from Auctiva Imported images to their new folders, the folders weren't there!

Is there a time lag?
Is there a limit?
Am I just going crazier????? Confused
Hi N,

There is no limit to the number of image folders you can create within your Auctiva account, so feel free to create as many as you need. There shouldn't be any time lag between when you move a group of images to a specific folder and when they show up in that folder, so I suspect you couldn't find the images you moved from your Imported Images folder to your new folder because your "Manage Images" page was still configured to display images in your Imported Items folder or something of that nature.

In order to move images from one folder to another, you just need to check the boxes next to the images you'd like to move, select the desired folder from the "Move to Folder" 'pull-down menu, and click the adjacent "Move" button. You can also view the images in a particular folder at any time by selecting that folder from the "Show Images In" pull-down menu at the top of your "Manage Images" page.

Any additional questions or concerns? Please contact our customer support department using the appropriate link on our help page:


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