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View URLs that use an image in Asset Library

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Challenge:  The same image can be uploaded to the Asset Library (multiple contributors, accidents) multiple times.  Squarespace tracks each image with the same name and gives it a unique reference.  Multiple pages appear to use the same image, but they can be different ones in the Asset Library.  I want to clean up the Asset Library and set all pages to use the same single image.  I know this will be a manual process.

Requests: 

1.  Is there a way to see what Pages / URLs each image is being used by?  

2.  If not, could a feature be added to the Asset Library to view this? 
     Ex.  When I look at image Details, it would show the URLs / slugs that are using the image.

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1 hour ago, AlanYar said:

The same image can be uploaded to the Asset Library multiple times. Is there a way to see what Pages / URLs each image is being used by?

No, not yet.

Many experienced users have asked for this functionality but this feature is not available today. You can add your voice to requests for this feature by contacting Squarespace Customer Care using a support ticket.

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37 minutes ago, RickRich said:

I need to reference an image from my asset library in an email signature, how do I get the image URL?

If this an infrequent need you can bring up the context menu for the image.

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Then get rid of everything including the ? near the end of the URL.

?content-type=image%2Fpng

Let us know how it goes.

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On 1/16/2023 at 2:13 PM, AlanYar said:

Thank you.  I was afraid of that.  I will submit a request.

Do you have the link to your request submitted? I want to vote a thousand yesses!!!

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