How to customize image download file name
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In Datawrapper, you can add image download options to the footer for your readers to download images of your visualizations. You might also be using the automatic image publishing feature to embed your visualizations as images. In this article, you'll learn how to configure a custom file name for the image downloads.
Where to find the settings
Go into your team (e.g. Newsroom) then navigate to ① Team settings > ② Download > ③ Custom image name:
List of available placeholders
You can use placeholders to configure your own custom image name. You can also format the placeholders by clicking on the little white arrow inside the blue buttons.
|① Title||The title of the visualization (e.g. A title "Gender Pay Gap" will display as "gender-pay-gap" in the file name)|
|② Published At||The published date of the visualization (e.g. "220203", "2022-02-03", etc.) Unpublished visualization will return an empty string. Find date formats you can display here.|
|③ Public ID||Chart ID, a unique five-character alphanumeric identifier for each visualization (e.g. "KzBo4")|
|④ Public Version||Version number, i.e. the number of times the visualization has been published (e.g. A chart with the version number of _4 has been published 4 times.)|
|⑤ Language||Output locale of the visualization (e.g. "en-US", "de-DE")|
|⑥ Intro||Contents of the description (e.g. "Average-earnings-of-US-Americans-older-than-25-yea...")|
|⑦ Byline||Contents of the byline (e.g. "Aya_Tanikawa")|
|⑧ (Custom)|| Contents of the custom field. You can add more information to your visualization by configuring custom fields that can also be used as part of the file name. (e.g. "FINANCE", "F22XBD9")
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