You can change the placeholder images in your easy quick start with your own images. You can also change the size or transparency of an image, and crop an image. This post tells you how!
Starting on a page within your experience (a page in your “creative”).
Click the image you want to change to select that area of the page, then click again to open the image editor window. Now you are in the image editor screen!
Crop an image.
Click the crop icon over on the lest section of the image editor to crop.
Resize an image.
Click the resize icon. A small window opens and you can enter the width and height for the image. The “constrain proportions” box is automatically checked, which keeps the proportions of the original image when you resize it—just enter the width and it will automatically enter the correct height. You can unselect this, but it may stretch the image visually.
Change the transparency.
Click the transparency icon and adjust with the slider.
Revert your changes.
Don’t like the changes you made to an image? This icon reverts back to the original, untreated image that was there.
Upload a new image.
In the upper right hand area of the image editor click the “<reselect image” link. From here, you can drag and drop an image into the main area where images are located in this screen, or you can click “add images” along the top of this screen to navigate through your computer files to locate the image then add.
Replace the image with one you’ve used before.
In the upper right hand area of the image editor click the “<reselect image” link. Along the left is navigation to find images you have already uploaded and/or used in this creative, in this campaign, or have been uploaded to your console’s image library. You can also navigate to images by size. Select your image and hit “ok” to apply to your page.