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Bulk Schedule, images and content library


I've seen a few discussions around here about how it would be great to be able to add images to scheduled posts through the Bulk Schedule function.

While I understand how challenging this can be, would adding a column in the .SVC file to insert an image from the content library be possible? The image could be retrieved from the content library by simply adding the name of the image to the cell.


  • Taylor_VTaylor_V Admin
    edited August 2015
    Hi @SachaClement ;

    Thank you for reaching out to us here at Hootsuite via the Community Support Forums!

    Thank you very much for your suggestion and feedback on the bulk schedule feature. I will make sure to pass this along to our development team for you! However, if you do wish to give this feedback to our development team yourself, you may do so on our Feedback Forums.

    Have a great day!

    Taylor | Customer Advocate |
  • Tylor, I have search these theme and it looks that people are sugesting it since 2013. After working a couple of weeks on the dashboard, I can admit that it gets time consuming to squedule same post again and again with an image becouse hootsuite dont aloud it on the sistem. 

    What about having the image on a public library like the public folder on our dropbox account and a extra cell on the csv file? this is a lot better than all those column from some social media no body knows. :\ 
  • user have been asking for this feature :( since 2013, is there a work around that I can upload an image with text with the bulk system. ??????? 

    This makes me sad :( 
  • Hi @eltuko ;

    Thank you for reaching out to us here at Hootsuite via the Community Support Forums!

    The only workaround for adding images to posts that you've bulk scheduled is to:
    1) Bulk Schedule normally by uploading your .csv file
    2) Once successfully scheduled, go into your Publisher > Scheduled
    3) Edit the post and manually attach an image

    Regrettably, there is no mass way of doing this at this time.

    I greatly appreciate your feedback regarding this and will make sure to pass it along for you!

    Taylor | Customer Advocate |

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