Are there any plans to create a personal library storage space on our account? I would like to be able to store and access my own .svg images visually, rather than have to search for them on my computer and remember what they look like. Plus, that way I can move from computer to computer with ease.
Thanks for the Idea Sarah, I've made the product and development teams aware of it so it can be considered.
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This would be a great enhancement!
Thanks for the suggestion, it's always great to see them.
Do you find yourself moving to different machines with VideoScribe on a regular basis or is the major pain point here that it's difficult / tedious to locate SVGs you use on a regular basis?
It's a bit of both. Mostly I would like to have a quick way to scan for the images I want, rather than have to store them locally on my computer(s).
As far as I can tell with SVGs, there is isn't any image preview in Explorer, so having a library with thumbnails would be really helpful.
I fully agree that is would be an added value to VideoScribe. It would allow to win time.
That's a good suggestion Mike and exactly what we do when people buy images from SVG Studio. The bungle comes down in themed folders within a ZIP to make them easier to search through
Thanks for the good suggestions. However, I would still like to have a way to store my images in the base library, so they can be accessed from any computer at any time.
Agreed and this feature request is still very much live and active so keep voting... they are just suggestions to make the best of what is available at the moment
Thanks, Barry. In the meantime, I will harness the awesome power of ZIP!
Putting assets in a single zip would be much more useful if the zip persisted in the library list, if only for a single session. The the user could import the zip once at the start of the editing session and access all the stored images. Without persistence it is not much better than importing images individually.