If you're looking for a more creative way to show the contents of your Honey post look no further than the visual feed. The visual feed is the image-centric view with previews of images or documents on display.

The image that displays on your visual feed is automatically updated based on the images included in the post body itself. If your post includes an image, video, or PDF, a thumbnail of the first of these file types will automatically display in your visual feed.

If you’re not happy with the default image, you can upload any image you’d like — even if it’s not included anywhere in the post body.

To add an image to a post...

  1. Create a new Honey post as you normally would. 
  2. Locate the published post from any feed layout option. Then, click the three-dot button on the right-hand side of the post. 
  3. Select Edit Thumbnail from the dropdown menu. 
  4. Click the Update Image camera icon, located at the top, right-hand side of the post window. 
  5. Select a new image from your computer. 
  6. Once the image is uploaded, click Save Image to save your new image. 

To edit an image in an existing post...

  1. Select your desired Honey post. 
  2. From any feed layout option, click the three-dot button on the right-hand side of the post. 
  3. Select Edit Thumbnail from the dropdown menu. 
  4. Click the Update Image camera icon, located at the top, right-hand side of the post window. 
  5. Select a new image from your computer. 
  6. Once the image is uploaded, click Save Image to save your new image. 

*Please note, that once an image is added there is no way to remove it without adding a new image. 

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