Blogger is a free web hosting platform that allows newbie bloggers to start new blogs without spending a penny. You do not need to buy a separate web hosting service to host your images, videos or files. As you may aware that Blogger gives you a free sub-domain (.blogspot.com) when you launch a new blog on it, however, majority of bloggers use custom domain on their Blogger blogs to give professional look to their blogs. Recently, I’ve written a post to tell newbie bloggers “How much it would cost to buy custom domain for Blogger blog?” In this post, I’ll be discussing on how to find Blogger blog images location.
Earlier, your blogspot images were being stored in Picasa but Google had decided to retire Picasa to use only one photo service, Google Photos. Therefore, now your Blogger images are being stored in Google Album Archive and you can visit its website to find, delete, or download your Google products images.
Let me show you how to find, delete, or download Blogger images. You can also download all of your Blogger images in zip format.
How to find, delete, or download Blogger blog images –
First of all, visit Google Album Archive official page and login to it using your login credentials.
Upon logging In, you will see multiple albums, just click on ‘Photos from Blogger’ to find your Blogger images.
In the next page, you’ll see your Blogger blogs images albums (If you are running more than one blog). Simply, click on an album in which you want to do modification.
Now, click on the drop down menu button from the top right corner and then choose an option: Download album or Delete album.
Note: All images will be deleted once you click on delete album link and you cannot recover them again.
To delete or download a single image, first, click on the image and then click on drop down menu button and choose an option: Download or delete.
You can also reach to your Blogger images from Blogger post writing area. For that purpose, click on image icon (which you use to upload images to your posts) and then click on ‘from this blog’ thereafter click on the link as shown in the screenshot.
Thereafter, follow the steps given in method 1.
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