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Image count mismatch

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On the Alamy Image Manager page, my image count is given as 3040.  However, on my dashboard, the total of images under Status comes to 2859, a difference of 181.

 

Does anyone have an explanation for this?

 

Iain Lowson

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does it include images that maybe failed QC or that you might have deleted?

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I'm not sure whether failed images get through to the Image Manager.  I've deleted no more than a dozen images in 15 years.  I'll go back into Image Manager to try to search for deleted or failed images.

 

George: does your Status count match your Image Manager count?

 

Iain

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Failed images do show up in Image Manager.  That accounts for 138 of the 181difference.  Can't figure out the other 43.  I have no pending deletions.

 

Iain

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no it does not match, but when I searched on IM for images on sale it does match. I will take a look at the number of any failed or deleted later,

OK, was doing the maths in my head and it seems to be missing 7 images, odd

 

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1 hour ago, Iain Lowson said:

On the Alamy Image Manager page, my image count is given as 3040.  However, on my dashboard, the total of images under Status comes to 2859, a difference of 181.

 

Does anyone have an explanation for this?

 

Iain Lowson

 

I had a similar situation… I had a disparity of 140 which I eventually accounted for as…

Images that had previously failed QC = 45
Images I have previously deleted = 92
Images pending deletion = 3

 

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Pictures that fail to upload due to technical reasons are counted too.

 

Allan

 

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