Eventive's bulk import templates require links to downloadable images to automatically import all your images at once.
If the links are correctly formatted, you'll see the images in preview. In almost all cases, if the link ends with the specific image file suffix (such as .jpg, .tif, .png) it is a downloadable image link.
Certain cloud storage platforms have specific formatting requirements:
To convert the Google Drive file's shareable link, which typically appears in this format - https://drive.google.com/file/d/FILE_ID/view?usp=sharing - into a downloadable link:
Replace the file/d portion of the shareable link with: uc?id=
The link will now become https://drive.google.com/uc?id=FILE ID
For example, this link:
NOTE: The file sharing settings must be set to "Visible to anyone with the link"
To ensure that a link to a Dropbox file is downloadable, be sure that the Dropbox image URL ends in "dl=0" or "raw=1"
Simply paste your Airtable image links directly into the Eventive bulk import template. Make sure that the URL ends with the image type file suffix, such as .jpg or .png.