Search by Image

Before you purchase or upload a new image to your DAM, you can search your Asset Bank to see if a similar or exact one already exists via the Search by Image functionality. In the search bar, you can upload an image stored on your computer or add an external image URL to search for a similar asset in your DAM.

How to Enable the Search by Image

Please contact your Customer Success Manager to learn more about enabling this feature and any associated costs.

Note

Any permission restrictions set on an asset will be honored and will affect if an asset is retrievable in the search.

Search by an Uploaded Image

  1. Navigate to the Asset Bank.
  2. Click in the top right corner. Screenshot 2023-11-17 at 2.44.34 PM.png
  3. Click Upload to select an image stored on your computer (JPG, JPEG, PNG, WEBP). d6869fa6-77fc-4c0f-b674-ea8098f359b8
  4.  The most similar assets will be displayed.
  5. To remove the similarity search, click Clear Filters or the x next to Filtering on Visual similarity.

Note

Images used in your search will not be uploaded to your Bynder DAM.

Search by a URL

  1. Navigate to the Asset Bank.
  2. Click in the top right corner. Screenshot 2023-11-17 at 2.44.34 PM.png
  3. Copy and paste the image link and click Search.
  4. To remove the similarity search, click Clear Filters or the x next to Filtering on Visual similarity. Screenshot 2023-11-17 at 2.26.59 PM.png

How to Copy and Paste Image Links

If you are using Chrome, Firefox, or Safari, then you have two ways to copy the URL of the image.af0cec50-ac51-491b-8c62-9d60fe398c46

Note

To make sure you properly copied the URL, check the URL extension. The extension should have either a . JPG, .PNG, WEBP, or .JPEG at the end of the URL.

Option 1

  1. Right-click the image.
  2. In the dropdown menu, click Copy Image Address.

Option 2

  1. Right-click the image.
  2. In the dropdown menu click Open Image in New Tab, which will open the image in a separate tab.
  3. Copy the URL that appears in your browser.

Internet Explorer

  1. If you are using Internet Explorer, then you will need to follow these steps to copy the link of the image:
  2. Right-click the image.
  3. Select Properties.
  4. Navigate to the Address (URL).
  5. Highlight and copy the entire URL.

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