New photo quality meter for property listings

A brand new feature is now available in the OMS that quickly helps you identify good and bad quality photos for upload. Photos are automatically tagged the following way:

red colour: the quality is too low (image too small) and the uploaded picture will have considerable quality loss.

yellow colour: the quality is acceptable but some quality loss may occur

green colour: the quality is high and ideal for uploading in the OMS and displaying on your website and portals

Below is a sample screenshot showing a bad, acceptable and high quality images.

We also check the photo ratio. So for example if your photo is cropped to very short height but still a wide width, it may result in a low quality classification.

The new feature also compliments the enhanced photo quality and sizes launched on Monday.

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