Deleting Images from a Project or Folder

Because it’s crucial that you keep project images current, you’ll want to go through them from time to time and cull images that are no longer relevant. You’ll also want to make sure any duplicate images are removed.


Note: Deleting project images does not return credits.


Keep in mind that every image deletion will need to be confirmed, and that deleting an image will also delete its scoring data.


Start by opening the project or opening the folder that contains the images. Sorting by reverse date order can be helpful when you want to remove older images.



In grid view, to remove a single image, click its three-dot icon . . .



. . . and choose Delete asset.


To delete multiple images, you can use Shift to select a consecutive set of images, or use Ctrl (PC) or Cmd (Mac) to select individual images. Then click the three-dot icon in the lower right corner . . . 



. . . and choose Delete assets.



For images displayed in list view, use the checkboxes to select the images to delete. The three-dot icon for a single image, or for multiple selected images, works the same way as for images in grid view.


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