Automatically keep the all remote picture to the local media libary when you publishing posts, and automatically set featured image.
This plugin does exactly what it says, and it does it well! I don't have much else to say.
I needed to merge two wordpress sites into one. This plugin was instrumental in making that happen.
For those interested in my process of merging my two sites... On the old site, I did a post export. Then, on the new site, I did an import. I did NOT select "Download and import file attachments." After it was done importing posts, I went to QQWorld and used its "Scan Posts" function to find and save the images I needed. Couldn't have been easier. (Don't forget to backup site and database. YMMV.)
I remote publish a photo blog to my site via IFTTT and this is just what I needed. Images are uploaded automatically and set as featured images.
I suggested an idea regarding a custom filename option and within 24 hours the developer had replied to me, added the new option and released a new version.
Amazing support, especially considering it's free. A++
Great plugin. Saved me hours of work.
Only plugin for this purpose I could find and that worked. It actually works and does what it says.
The BEST of this type of plugins. A must-have if you need to save remote pictures like me. I hacked it a bit to prevent WordPress from generate thumbnails for every images. Keep up the great work!
Works at it supposed to be :-)
Fantastic support, quick responses, great bug-fixing
I have tried a few of this type of plugin. This one is consistent and works great. Doesn't cause changes to the content. Or cause anything weird to happen. And I like the manual option.
Thank you for an excellent plugin. So very helpful.
Very complete plugin that does what it sets out to do in all cases.
You are so good guys, I like it and I give you 5
It saved my life, but it only works manually on edit post screen. Scan posts on plugin's settings doesn't work.
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