Filerobot changelog
Filerobot changelog

Filerobot v20.10 Released! 🚀

This monthly release is categorized as follow:

  • BT (Beta Testing): feature in Beta, feedback welcome!
  • SR (Stable Release): tested and stable after 1 release in BT (~ 1 month)
  • RI (Resolved Issues): resolved issues and problems, tested and stable

Admin Console

  • (SR) Image Annotation

It is now possible to annotate images in the improved "Asset Details" modal, and you can pin-on points of specific interest with an editable comment. The annotations can be used to raise awareness on a detail directly on the image itself, and all annotation points will be either seen in transparency or made invisible with a simple slider for your convenience. This comes on top of the (SR) Comments feature released last month.

Plugins & Integrations

  • (BT) Adobe Photoshop plugin

The Adobe Photoshop extension is now available in Filerobot. Having optimized and responsive images can be a time consuming and difficult task, so make it easy and fast with this intuitive, free of charge, extension. It will connect to Photoshop for now, and soon we will add In Design and Illustrator support. Give it a try and let us know what additions you would like to see. Doc here.

  • (SR) Prismic integration

With the Prismic integration, you will be able to use all Cloudimage image resizing and optimization features directly from your well known interface. On a Prismic headless CMS, you can now enjoy on the fly basic transformations, responsive images on VueJS, and even our lightning fast CDN delivery. Doc here.

  • (BT) Auto-tagging Post-Upload

You can now easily get all selected images automatically tagged in the Filerobot Uploader using content recognition APIs. When you will upload your images, they will be directly analysed and tagged according to the pre-set auto-tag parameters. This will allow you to save time and directly categorise images at ingestion. Doc here.

API Framework

  • (SR) Blurhash calculation

Cloudimage now automatically calculate blurhashes of existing and newly uploaded images and add it as part of the file metadata. It is calculated as a background process, so there is no need to wait or request it, as it will appear as a text string in This feature is useful for all web managers who want a coherent and instant placeholder to be displayed while the actual image loads. Doc here.