We know that your gallery cover photos almost always have that "WOW" part of the image you want your viewers to see. No matter what device or screen size they have, you can ensure that they will always be drawn to a certain focal point in the image.

**This is especially powerful for vertically oriented cover photos. The focal point will be prioritized when the cover of the gallery appears on smaller screens (mobile, for example). You won't see as much of a difference on larger screens and with landscape oriented photos, as the window can and does display the full cover image (or most of it!).**

To set the focal point for a gallery cover photo:

Click on the collection you’re working on, and then “Galleries” at the top. 

Then click on “Edit”. In the settings, click on the “Cover” tab to access your Cover Photo settings.

If you already have a cover photo set, click on “Position Cover”. If not, click on “Change Cover Photo” so you can choose your cover photo that best matches your gallery! To change your cover photo, you can drag a photo to upload or browse from your computer.

Don’t forget to click on “Save Changes”, and then "Publish" or “Update” when you’re done!

Other Help Center Articles:

How Do I Change My Cover Photo?

How to Save Gallery Images on Mobile Devices

Adding Your Own Logos

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