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Bridge not recognizing images in SharePoint site

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Mar 19, 2021 Mar 19, 2021

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Hello everyone. I work with a team who often go out and take lots of photos and they want to store, organize and share these images via Teams, which is part of Microsoft SharePoint. I thought Bridge would be the easiest way for them to quickly and automatically rename their images and add metadata before they share the image.

 

I was able to sync my SharePoint sites and One Drive so that I can access these from Adobe Bridge. However, I found that when I access a SharePoint site folder it is only recognizing the images that are saved in an area called "style library". And stranger, it only is recognizing one of them. I have several created ad they are not showing up. It does not recognize anything saved anywhere else on the site. Most people are saving things in folders in the documents library.

 

My only workaround right now is to have users upload all their images from their camera roll to their OneDrive. Then use Bridge to rename and tag. Then move the images to Teams.

 

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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