• Bunty Pundir

    (@bunty-pundir)


    Hey there,

    I started using this plugin just like others as it is super easy to use and can take your site load off. Everything is set and I am using this plugin properly. I am noticing that every time I upload an image to my site, it creates a new separate folder for the image on Amazon S3 bucket. Generating a lot of folders can make images’ URLs tracking a bit cumbersome, is there anyway to only store the files in a single folder according to the month of upload date.

    Like whenever I upload the file it should go in the 2019/01/ instead of 2019/01/182405 folder. Is there any fix for that?

    Thanks,
    Bunty

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  • Plugin Contributor ianmjones

    (@ianmjones)

    Turn off Object Versioning and new offloads will no longer have the extra timestamp folder.

    Bunty Pundir

    (@bunty-pundir)

    Thank you so much for the response!

    Is it available on Plugin settings or I need to manually set it off on Amazon S3? If so, can you guide me a bit so I can do that. That would be much appreciated!

    Talk soon,
    Bunty

    Plugin Contributor ianmjones

    (@ianmjones)

    The “Object Versioning” setting is in the first section of WP Offload Media’s settings.

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