How to search your own portfolio.......


posted on 4th of november, 2011

Ok for some time now, in fact from the time I started on here I have all ways searched for my pictures by going into my online files link in the management area. As my portfolio has grown this has resulted in an issue that this feature will only return a maximum of 20 files.

So with help from Tangie I have now worked out how to search my portfolio properly using the tool that DT has in place but you may never have found/used it yourselves, I certainly have never stumbled across it.

So here it is...............

To search your on portfolio in depth simply open the tab " Dreamstime advanced search", this can be found to the right of the main search box under the "Management Area"/"Buy Credits" tab.

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Comments (16)

Posted by Casikal on December 03, 2011
Super
Posted by BCritchley on November 09, 2011
Thanks Art and I hope your well, not seen as much of you around these parts of late and Tamara you are so right. This is something I found out after I posted the blog, kind of easier :-) but guess at least we all have a couple of options :-) Keep those beautiful images coming :-)
Posted by Tamarabauer on November 08, 2011
Good blog, Brett, thanks. You can also search your own images from your profile page using the regular Dreamstime search...just hit the radio button beneath the search box which says "Within Portfolio"...would that give you the same results?



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