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How to edit an image simultaneously in all sizes?
How to edit an image simultaneously in all sizes?

Learn how to effortlessly make adjustments on a set level.

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Written by Support
Updated over a week ago

One of the biggest benefits of Bannerwise is to let you change elements across your entire ad set, saving time. This article will show you the steps to change images. However note that changing logos, shapes, videos, and backgrounds is roughly the same. The process to change text and button elements is a bit different, therefore, we have created different articles.

Follow the steps below to start editing your sets:

  • Open your ad set in “all view” and look at the sidebar. Click on the image you want to change.

  • The image properties and other options will appear in the sidebar. Click on the “Replace” button.

  • Select the new image you want from the image library and click on "Change".

The image will change automatically throughout all sizes and slides your ads contain. It is important to know that "All view" doesn't take into consideration whether the slides in the ad set are linked or unlinked. The main goal of "All view" is to replace one element with another one.

When you select a new image for your ads, you will instantly see whether or not it looks good in your design. If the new image has another aspect ratio, you can easily make it look better by changing the “scale mode”. There are 3 options for this:

  1. Scale to stretch

  2. Scale to fit

  3. Scale to fill

In most cases, the “Scale to fit” option will do the trick, but feel free to play around with all the options and see what scaling mode makes your image look best.

When you are finished changing your image, you can go back to the elements list by clicking anywhere on the canvas, or by using the arrow in the top left of your sidebar.

You can also make changes to specific sizes or formats, for example to all leaderboards or skyscrapers. For this, you need to view your ads in the “all view”.

  • Click on the “all sizes” drop-down menu in the top bar and select the custom sizes or formats you want to change. Once the sizes selected are displayed on the screen, you can proceed with editing elements following the steps mentioned above.

We hope the information in this article was useful to achieve your goal. If there is anything else we can help you with and you couldn't find it in our help center, don't hesitate to contact us by chat.

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