How to create a public URL of your images while creating a CSV?

You need to ensure the image URLs you are adding into your CSV are public URLs - only then they will be supported while bulk scheduling.

You can create a public URL for images in the following ways:

1
If you are hosting a web page, you can add your images there and create your public URLs from the host.
2
Create a public URL using Dropbox
  • Upload your images from computer to your Dropbox
  • As you upload your images to Dropbox, hover over your image and click on the 'Share' button.
  • A pop-up window will appear where you need to click on the 'Create a link' button.
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  • Click on the 'Copy link' button and your link will be copied to the clipboard.

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Note: If there are no parameters (like 'dl=0' or 'dl=1') at end of your image URL, then add the parameter '?raw=1'

3
Create a Public URL using Google Drive
  • Upload an image from your computer to your Google Drive account. 
  • As you upload your image to Google Drive, hover over your image and Right-click on it. You will see a 'Share' button. Click it.       
  • A pop-up window will appear. At the bottom right corner click on “Advanced”.
  • Now you will see your image access as Private, Press “Change” and choose “On – public on the web”, then press “Save”. 

  • Now you will see the “link to share” on the top of your pop-up window.

  • Just copy the URL ID from the whole link. it includes all the symbols going after id, and click on "Done".
  • For example, https://drive.google.com/file/d/1pZqz5HDU7x4BF7Ye3dQYUjJ7mCaMwTyf/view?usp=sharing
         All the symbols in bold black are your image file id.
  • Now insert the copied ID in the link given below

    "http://drive.google.com/uc?export=view&id=Paste Your ID HERE "

    For example, http://drive.google.com/uc?id=1pZqz5HDU7x4BF7Ye3dQYUjJ7mCaMwTyf
  • Now, you can add this public URL in the second column of your CSV. 
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