How do I add images to products on Airsquare?

You can add multiple images to products on Airsquare. All image sizes are automatically created for you.

How do I add an image to a product?

  1. Go to Website > Products.
  2. Search and find the product that you are looking for.
  3. Click on the product to edit.
  4. Scroll down to the Images heading.
  5. Click Add on the right.
  6. Click Choose images.
  7. Select good quality JPEG image files from your computer - You can select multiple files at once.
  8. Enter a description for each image (Think about choosing good keywords that will improve your search engine ranking).
  9. Click Start upload.
  10. Wait for each image to upload.

How do I edit a product image?

  1. Go to Website > Products.
  2. Click on the product to edit.
  3. Scroll down to the Images heading.
  4. You'll see the images for the product.
  5. Select Edit in the Options column to edit any of the images.
  6. Make changes to the image settings.
  7. Click Update to save.

How do I delete a product image?

  1. Go to Website > Products.
  2. Click on the product to edit.
  3. Scroll down to the Images heading.
  4. You'll see the images listed.
  5. Find the image that you'd like to delete and click Delete in the Options column.

How do I re-order product images?

  1. Go to Website > Products.
  2. Click on the product to edit.
  3. Scroll down to the Images heading.
  4. You'll see the images for the product listed. 
  5. On the left hand side you'll see an icon with four arrows: Just click and drag it to move the image up or down.
  6. Repeat for each image to get them in the right order.

How do I add 'As seen on Instagram' images to a product?

  1. Go to Website > Products.
  2. Click on Products in the left hand menu and you'll see your products listed.
  3. Find the product you want to edit and click on it.
  4. Scroll down to the heading Instagram images.
  5. Click on Add on the right hand side.
  6. Paste in the URL of the Instagram image that you want to use.
  7. Click on Add.
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