The previous perpetual display of search results which often consumed all the system RAM was Image Relay's greatest flaw as it cause the browser to freeze. The latest iteration has fixed this by limiting results to 100 items. This has increased usability exponentially, although it would be even better if the limit was increased to 200 or 300 items. The new boolean search and modern interface is also appreciated.
Generated previews from images embedded with Adobe RGB profiles do not respect the profile and causes the previews to be over-saturated even on color profile-aware browsers. While sRGB embedded images display properly, it makes less sense to store them with sRGB profiles.
Inability to carry over metadata from PDF files.
Limiting search results to 100 items actually decreased productivity as more clicks are required. The perpetual search results is actually faster if total number of results did not consume all the RAM.
Folders can't be omitted from a search. We have old folders with huge number of items that don't have to be queried for every search.
Folders are sorted by date of creation and will not conform to a sorting scheme. They must be sorted manually. While there are times when a custom sort scheme is useful, sometimes it is not and they have to be hand-sorted every time. Implementing an adjustable setting would be appreciated.
Advanced search panel continue to display even when I have navigated away from search. Clicking on Collections and then back to Library clears the panel.
Downloading the auto-generated Screen Ready Images are too small even for web use.
An inexpensive DAM system which has improved quite a lot. If it was the previous iteration, I would not have recommended it, but at its current state, it's a thumbs up.
As our assets now sit in the cloud, sharing assets online is far simpler without the complications of granting users access into our local servers which they may or may not be able to do. With Image Relay, all they need is a browser and login information.