Hub is PicMonkey’s cloud-based storage system. Everything you work on in PicMonkey is auto-saved to Hub while you work. There is no “save” option in PicMonkey because it is not necessary. (See more: Where do my files save?)
All subscribers have access to Hub. (See more: What is Hub?)
Every file you start and create inside PicMonkey will already be in Hub, but you can also add files to Hub from outside of PicMonkey—from your phone, your computer, and from third-party sources like Dropbox, OneDrive, Instagram, Flickr, Google Photos, Google Drive. To learn how to add photos from these sources, see: How Do I Get My Photos into PicMonkey to Edit?
How to upload images into Hub
There are a few ways you can get image files into your Hub: from your desktop computer, via the PicMonkey app, or on your mobile smart device.
1. Upload to Hub from your computer
Open Hub from the navigation menu
Click the cloud & arrow icon
Choose photos from your computer to upload.
Note: you can upload multiple photos at once
2. Upload after creating a new folder in Hub
Create a new folder in your Private space, or a new space in your Shared area of Hub
For shared spaces, create a new folder to go inside
After creating the new folder, click the Upload button that appears as in the image above to import pics from your computer
3. Upload to PicMonkey from a mobile device
Follow these steps to upload photos from your phone to PicMonkey's hub. Note: this does not involve using the PicMonkey mobile app.
Open the web browser on your smart device (iPhone, Galaxy, iPad, etc)
Go to PicMonkey.com on your device
From the mobile homepage, select Go to my Hub
Click the cloud + arrow icon
Select the source to upload your pics
Your uploaded pics are now accessible in Hub from a mobile browser, the PicMonkey mobile app, and on the desktop version of PicMonkey
4. Upload photos via the PicMonkey mobile app
Open the PicMonkey mobile app (Get the app)
Tap on "My Hub"
Select the private or shared folder in Hub where you'd like to upload your pics
Select pics from your device's camera roll to upload