1. Shane Gowland

    Drag and drop, without a doubt. On Mac I use an app called Cinch which lets me whip the window out of the way and maximize it again easily.

    Sadly I had to drop the Drag & Drop Featured Images plugin, because it had a very annoying bug. The popup modal doesn’t allow you to filter the images to only show those attached to the specific post. Minor? Yes. Annoying when you’re editing posts from several years ago? Also yes.


  2. eherman24

    If I have a fairly large number of files to upload at a time, I prefer drag and drop. Sure its a little annoying resizing the browser, but it sure beats navigating all around my HDD using the file tree.


  3. Abdul

    Drag and drop! even browser is still loading. No time to select and move from one computer directory to another… :)


  4. bb

    I used both depending on the speed of work and network…


  5. lian00

    Drag and Drop and remember WP 3.9 will allow drap and drop directly into the edition field. Some another nice plugin to manage images with drag and drop: File Gallery


  6. Ian

    Select Files, for the same reason you do it, my browser window is full screen and I hate resizing it.


  7. r2kjetRicardo

    It depends… In a Mac is much more easy using drag & drop because I normally don’t have browser open in full screen and I have “show desktop” shotcut key (F11) and small finder windows … In a PC, which I rarely use, I must have to use the Select files button, because it is not as dynamic as a Mac.


  8. Sam Cornwell

    why do you need to resize the window? cmd-tab drag file.


  9. Keith Davis

    I’m a select files man because I’ve just got used to doing it that way.

    I’d be more interested to know how people organise their images for finding them easily.


    • Jason H

      Exactly. I use the select file method. I think it’s my organization of the media on my local hard drive that makes it easy and predictable to find the images I wish to upload.


  10. Tomboy Tarts (@TomboyTarts)

    Select files definitely. Have had some problems doing the drag and drop thing. So yeah!


  11. Marcelo

    Drag and Drop on Windows using the Alt-Tab keys is a breeze and the best method when your images folder has 3K+ pictures and sorting and selecting from hundreds of files and downloads with similar names is a pain :) (and nope, I dont have time to sort them in sub-folders, I do it bimonthly, if I can)


  12. Steve B

    I adore this plugin, such a useful and simple tweak to the default Set Featured Image functionality. Considering the ubiquity of drag and drop throughout the WordPress admin, I was surprised to find this was not in core. The process for setting a featured image has come a long way, hope it continues to progress with an eye towards making the user workflow as intuitive as possible.


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