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@CZoghb Yes, this image is supposed to show up on social shares. You can also give it a test on social sharing with this link: https://www.opengraph.xyz/

If you've uploaded the image and it's still not appearing on LinkedIn, you can try refreshing your browser cache.

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Oh yay! That worked—thank you! So I need to go and upload the header images for social sharing on all the pages which we are thinking of sharing, then? By the way, what does General 1 mean? 

UPDATE: I just tried setting the headers on some other pages for social sharing and I see there can only be ONE image for that purpose??

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@CZoghb You can set a specific image for each individual page. If you click the settings icon for a page, you will find the 'Social Image' tab under SEO. There, you can upload a social image for that particular page.

'General1' appears to be the SEO title. You can change it to match your page title under the SEO settings for each individual page.

Hope this helps!

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