I wrote a post about how to manipulate SharePoint Online images stored in Pictures libraries. However, after some more thought, it would surely be easier to sync a Picture Library to your desktop (as you can with Document Libraries). Change the images there and then let them sync back up.
That way you would have a copy of the images locally. You would work with them locally and they automatically sync in the background back to Office 365. Also given that Picture Libraries are basically ‘special’ Document Libraries would seem easy right?
So here’s my Document Library with the sync option available.
But in my Picture Library sync isn’t available.
Changing the view for the Picture Library doesn’t work either.
Puzzling. Surely, there is no technical reason why you can sync a Picture Library when you can a Document Library or have I missed something here?
Seems to me that easiest way to allow people to manipulate images would be to allow them to sync a Picture Library to the desktop where they can manipulate it like they can any local file.
Please add to you list of things to update when you get a chance Microsoft. I think it would benefit a lot of people!