How to add a Default Image to Directory Profile Listings

Not all members will upload a portal photo. Assign your directories a default image to appear in place of members who do not have a picture on their profile. Directories without a default image will display broken link symbols instead.

Accessing Directory Settings

1. From the Member365 Administrator Dashboard, click ‘Options’ at the top of the page.

2. Click ‘Configuration’ on the drop-down menu that appears.

Click 'Options' on the top of the Member365 Administrator Dashboard, then click 'Configuration' from the drop-down menu that appears.

3. Click the ‘Setup’ button in the ‘Directory’ box on the following page.

Image showing to click the 'Setup' button in the 'Directory' box on the following page.

4. In the ‘Directory Settings’ row, click ‘Manage’.

Click 'Manage' next to 'Directory Settings'.

5. Locate the directory you want to modify, then click its name.

Click the name of the directory you want to access.

Adding A Default Photo

There is a slight difference between the ‘Public Directory’ and the ‘Portal Directory’. To learn what each tab does, consult this Knowledge Base article. The process to edit either tab is exactly the same.

6. Click the ‘Public Directory’ tab.

Click the 'Public Directory' tab.

7. To upload your default image, click the ‘+ Select File’ button next to ‘Default Image’. Choose an image file from your computer when the pop-up window appears.

Click '+Select File' to upload a default image.

8. The image you have selected will appear below the ‘+ Select File’ button if the upload was successful. If you are satisfied, click ‘Save’ at the bottom of the page to confirm your changes.

Image showing the upload preview, and the location of the 'Save' button to confirm changes.

9. If you want to edit the ‘Portal Directory‘, follow the same process. Click the ‘Portal Directory’ tab on Step 6.

Image indicating the 'Portal Directory' tab.

Congratulations, you have updated your directory’s default image!

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