Verifies whether a provided image file or link fulfils a specific quality criteria such as: clarity, orientation, colour, etc.
Common use cases
Media - Images
Inputs (what you have)
Image public link
Image File Name
Image File name
Verify if the colour or colour scheme is an applicable criteria for the image
Verify entire image is visible
Verify if full document view is an applicable criteria for the image
Verify Image Orientation
Verify if the orientation is an applicable criteria for the image
Verify Image Clarity
Verify if image clarity is an applicable criteria for the image
Image requires Crop
Verify if the image requires cropping
Note: the value of inputs can either be a set value in the configuration of the Wrk Action within the Wrkflow, or a variable from the Data Library. These variables in the Data Library are the outputs of previous Wrk Actions in the Wrkflow.
Outputs (what you get)
This status is selected if the quality of the image was successfully verified
This status is selected in the event of the following scenarios:
- Fail to login to account
- Application site is down
You need to provide an image URL or a File in order for this Wrk Action to function properly
An image is considered clear when the item(s) within the image are easily seen and defined, with any text within the image being easily read.
See below for an example of a clear image (left) versus an unclear image (right):
An image is considered to be in complete view when there does not seem to be any missing details and the edges are clearly visible.
See below for an example of an image in full view (right) versus an image not in full view (left):
An image is considered to be in the proper orientation when the text is easily read horizontally.
See below for an example of an image in the proper orientation (right) versus an image that requires a change in orientation (left):
An image is considered to have a specific colour or colour scheme when a singular colour or range of a specific colour is seen throughout the image.
See below for an example of an image is a greyscale colour scheme (right) versus an image without a specific colour/colour scheme (left):
An image is considered too cropped if the image only has certain content, and the image is not in full view.
See below for an example of an image that is cropped (right) versus an image that is not cropped (left):