I noticed that if I drop in a google doc that an option becomes available for "Update" that will pull the latest version of that file and updates it on the board. I tried this for an image dropped in from google drive but this doesn't seem to work the same way (no "update" listed). Is there a way I can place an image on the board and then if the source of that image changes it can update in place on the board?
What I'm trying to do:
I'm creating a board that has stickies mapping out the tasks of a software project, but next to those stickies I also want to show screens designed in Sketch on the board to correspond to those tasks. I know I can get art board images out of sketch, and then I can take those and put them into something like Google Drive. I was hoping that if I had placed these images from google drive into real time board that they would auto re-refresh in real time board so I didn't have to re-place images each time I update/upload my design files (right now I'm screen clipping and pasting into real time board). I don't have to use Google Drive, I can use Dropbox or Box or whatever cloud tool, or if you have an API I'm fine with writing my own script that could do this, just point me to the resources. Another way that this could work could be if Realtime Board recognized I was dropping in a files that were already in my saved files and then would auto replace and auto update them (if this worked for multiple files on drag and drop then I could just drag in my images files).
Is there already a feature that can do something like this? I'm loving to tool, but I feel like this is the killer feature I'm looking for on top of what I see so far.