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Change the file name of a design

Learn how to edit the file name of a design in Photoroom

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Written by Jonathan Reed
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Photoroom gives all of your designs a file name. By default, this is usually Photoroom_ followed by a unique number. But you can change the file name to something more descriptive if you prefer.


On iPhone and iPad

To rename a file on iPhone or iPad:

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  1. On the Create page, select Your Content.

    If you want to set the file name of a new design, create a new design and edit it so that Photoroom stores it in Your Content.

  2. On the Your Content page, select the design you want to rename.

  3. Select the Export icon.

  4. Select Options next to the existing file name.

  5. Change the file name.

  6. Select Done.


On Android

To rename a file on an Android device:

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  1. On the Create page, select Your Content.

    If you want to set the file name of a new design, create a new design and edit it so that Photoroom stores it in Your Content.

  2. On the Your Content page, select the design you want to rename.

  3. Select the Export icon.

  4. Select Options next to the existing file name.

  5. Select the pencil icon next to the existing file name.

  6. Change the file name.

  7. Select Done.


On Web App

To rename a file on the Photoroom Web App:

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  1. Log in to Photoroom at app.photoroom.com.

  2. Select Designs.

  3. Select the design you want to rename.​

  4. Select Download.

  5. Enter the new filename and choose the file format.

  6. Select Download to save your design in Photoroom and download a local copy in the browser. The local copy will have the filename you entered in the previous step.

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