Your photos are the first thing a potential customer sees, and if they’re enticing and interesting, it will grab their attention so much quicker! Here’s a step-by-step guide to keeping them updated.

1. Log into your SafariNow account, and click the Establishment tab on the menu bar, then click 'Photo Gallery' on the left-hand menu.

2. To add photos, click the Upload Photo button at the bottom of the page and a pop-up will appear.

** Please note: there is currently a limit of 32 photos per listing; if you have 32 photos loaded, you will not see the Upload Photo button until you remove at least one image.

Remember: your photos need to be a minimum of 960 x 428 pixels, and shouldn’t feature any:

  • Text, such as contact details
  • Date stamps
  • Borders
  • Collages

3. On the pop up, click Add files. You can upload a minimum of six and a maximum of 32 photos. Once you've uploaded your photos, click the Done button.

4. To edit the properties of your photo, click the edit icon in the bottom right-hand corner of the photo. The title of the photo will be the name of your establishment, and the description should be brief, e.g. 'Lounge', 'Dining area', or 'View'. Once you've edited the properties of the photo, click the Save Button.

5. You can adjust the order of your photos by dragging your photos around to reshuffle, or you can remove images by hovering over the image and clicking on the red X that appears in the top right-hand corner of the image.

Remember: your photos need to be a minimum of 960 x 428 pixels, and shouldn't feature any:

  • Portrait photos (landscape only)
  • Text, such as contact details
  • Date stamps
  • Borders
  • Collages

6. To delete photos, hover over the photo you want to delete, and a red X will appear in the top right corner. Click this X, and you will be asked whether you're sure you want to delete the photo. If yes, click OK.

** Please note: if your establishment is live on SafariNow, you will not be able to delete all your photos, as there must be at least one image loaded. Try loading your new images first, then deleting the old ones.

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