[ARCHIVED] Midjourney Website Secrets: Unlocking the Full Potential of your Gallery

Making AI Magic
9 Jan 202309:37

TLDRIn this informative video, Jen from Making the Photo provides an in-depth guide to utilizing the mid-journey website effectively. She explains how to access and organize one's personal gallery, filter images by various criteria, and customize the webpage to personal preferences. Jen also introduces the new collections feature for organizing favorite images and discusses the importance of the archive function for backing up images. Additionally, she touches on sharing galleries with other creators, accessing the Community Feed for inspiration, and the benefits of ranking images. The video concludes with tips on using the website's tools and features to enhance the user's creative experience and connect with the mid-journey community.


  • ๐Ÿ“ท **Midjourney Webpage Access**: Sign in at mid-journey.com to access your personal gallery of images.
  • ๐Ÿ” **Image Organization**: Use filters to organize images by newness, ranking, or type (grids or upscales).
  • ๐Ÿ–ผ๏ธ **Customize View**: Edit filters and page settings to change the appearance of your gallery, including image size and layout.
  • ๐Ÿ“š **Collections**: Create collections to organize and categorize your favorite images for easy access.
  • ๐Ÿ”Ž **Search Function**: Utilize the search bar to find specific images or prompts, though it may currently have some issues.
  • ๐Ÿ”„ **Image Sharing**: Share your gallery with other users via a unique URL that includes your mid-journey identifier number.
  • ๐Ÿ‘ฅ **Community Interaction**: Engage with the Community Feed for inspiration and to follow other creators.
  • ๐Ÿ”ข **Ranking System**: Rank images on the website to provide feedback and earn free fast hours.
  • ๐Ÿ—ƒ๏ธ **Archive Feature**: Use the archive button to download and back up your images in zip files.
  • ๐Ÿ“ **Image Details**: Each image provides detailed information such as creation date, resolution, and history.
  • ๐Ÿ”„ **Discord Integration**: There's a disconnect between the Discord server and the website, but you can find workarounds like checking a user's Discord about me page for their gallery link.

Q & A

  • What is the purpose of the mid-journey Discord server?

    -The mid-journey Discord server is a platform for creators who love making mid-journey images to interact, share, and potentially get lost in the website functionalities.

  • How can I access my mid-Journey webpage from Discord?

    -You can access your mid-Journey webpage from Discord by clicking the 'web' button located under an image.

  • What are the different ways to view images on the mid-Journey website?

    -You can view images from newest to oldest, oldest to newest, hot images which are the newest images with the highest rankings, or your top images overall. You can also view only grid images or upscales.

  • How can I customize the default view of my mid-Journey webpage?

    -You can customize the default view by clicking the three-dot icon in your header and choosing 'edit filters', where you can select your preferred filters.

  • What is a collection on the mid-Journey website?

    -Collections are a feature on the mid-Journey website that allows users to organize their favorite mid-journey images into custom groups.

  • How can I make a collection public or private?

    -When creating a new collection, you have the option to set it as public or private. This can be done in the window that opens when you click 'new collection'.

  • What is the workspaces section on the mid-Journey website?

    -The workspaces section is a recent addition to the mid-Journey website, and its purpose is not yet clear. The video promises to keep users updated once more information is available.

  • How can I share my mid-Journey images with other creators?

    -You can share your images by clicking the three-dot icon next to the archive button in your header and choosing 'view as visitor'. The URL will include your mid-journey web identifier number, which you can share.

  • What is the Community Feed on the mid-Journey website?

    -The Community Feed is a section on the mid-Journey website where users can see some of the best creations from other users, providing inspiration and a chance to learn from others' prompts.

  • How can I follow a creator on the mid-Journey website?

    -To follow a creator, you can click the three-dot icon next to their name or image on the Community Feed and select 'follow creator'.

  • What does the archive button on the mid-Journey website do?

    -The archive button is used to back up your images in case something happens to the website or if mid-journey's storage policies change. It allows you to download selected images as zip files.

  • What additional information can I find about an image when I click the 'I' icon on the mid-Journey website?

    -When you click the 'I' icon, you can find more information about the image such as the aspect ratio, style, version, and image history including the original grid and images created with a similar prompt.



๐Ÿ–ผ๏ธ Navigating the Mid-Journey Website

Jen introduces viewers to the Mid-Journey website, providing tips for maximizing its functionality. She explains how to access one's own webpage, view and organize images, and use filters to customize the default view. The video also covers the use of collections for organizing favorite images, the recent addition of the workspaces section, and the importance of the archive function for backing up images. Jen also discusses the search bar's current limitations and the process of sharing images with other creators, emphasizing the need for a Mid-Journey subscription to access shared galleries fully.


๐Ÿ‘ฅ Engaging with the Mid-Journey Community

This paragraph focuses on the benefits of being a Mid-Journey subscriber, including access to the Community page for inspiration and learning from other creators. It explains how to bookmark images, follow creators, and copy prompts from the Community Feed. The disconnect between the Mid-Journey Discord server and the website is acknowledged, and workarounds are suggested. The ranking tab is introduced as a tool for providing feedback on images and earning free fast hours. The paragraph concludes with a discussion on the archive button's utility, the various options available for each image in the gallery, and the importance of customizing the website experience through filters and ratings.



๐Ÿ’กMidjourney Discord server

The Midjourney Discord server is a community platform where users of the Midjourney service can interact, share their work, and communicate with each other. In the video, it is mentioned as a primary place for users to engage with the Midjourney community, and it is contrasted with the Midjourney website, which offers different functionalities.

๐Ÿ’กMidjourney webpage

A personal webpage provided by Midjourney for each user to manage and display their images. The video emphasizes that users can access all their images in one place, customize their gallery, and interact with their creations more deeply. It is a central concept in the video as it is the main platform for organizing and sharing images.


Collections are a feature on the Midjourney website that allows users to curate and organize their favorite images into themed groups. The video explains how to create, customize, and manage collections, which is crucial for users looking to categorize their work and share specific sets of images with others.


The term 'workspaces' is mentioned as a new and somewhat mysterious feature that has recently appeared on the Midjourney website. While the video does not provide details on its functionality, it suggests that it might be related to organizing or managing different aspects of a user's Midjourney experience.


Ranking in the context of the Midjourney website refers to the process of evaluating and sorting images based on user preference. The video explains that ranking images helps the platform understand user preferences and provides feedback to improve the image creation process. It also notes that ranking can earn users free fast hours.

๐Ÿ’กCommunity Feed

The Community Feed is a section of the Midjourney website where users can view and draw inspiration from the creations of other users. It serves as a source of inspiration and a platform for learning from others' prompts. The video highlights the Community Feed as a valuable tool for engagement and creative growth.


Archiving is a feature that allows users to download and back up their images in case of any issues with the website or changes to storage policies. The video provides a step-by-step guide on how to use the archive function, emphasizing its importance for preserving users' work.

๐Ÿ’กImage organization

Image organization is a key theme of the video, detailing how users can sort, filter, and manage their images on the Midjourney website. It covers various methods, such as using filters, rankings, and collections, to keep images organized and easily accessible.

๐Ÿ’กSharing images

The video discusses how users can share their Midjourney images with other creators. It explains the process of changing the view to 'visitor' mode and sharing the unique URL generated for each user's gallery. This feature is important for collaboration and showcasing one's work within the community.

๐Ÿ’กDigital Asset Management

While not explicitly detailed in the video, the mention of saving archive zip files implies the use of digital asset management practices. Users are advised to organize their downloaded images using programs like Lightroom, which is a type of digital asset management software that helps in cataloging and managing digital media.


Upscaling refers to the process of enhancing the resolution or quality of an image. The video distinguishes between regular upscales and more advanced ones, such as beta upscaling. It also mentions the ability to upscale or remix images directly from the website, which is a significant feature for image enhancement.


Midjourney website offers a gallery for users to organize and view their images.

Users can sign in at mid-journey.com to access their personal webpage with all their images.

Images can be filtered by various criteria including ranking, age, and type (grids or upscales).

The website allows users to customize their default view and page layout through the settings tab.

Collections feature enables users to organize their favorite images into curated groups.

Users can make collections public or private and add keywords for better searchability.

The workspaces section is a new feature, with more details to be provided as it develops.

Images can be added to multiple collections and removed with ease.

Select mode allows users to add multiple images to a collection at once.

Each collection has its own filter for refined image organization.

The search bar aids in finding specific images or prompts but has been experiencing some issues.

Midjourney subscribers can share their galleries with other users through a unique URL.

Only mid-journey subscribers have access to view galleries, non-subscribers cannot see the images.

The Community page provides a feed of top images for inspiration and learning from other creators.

Creators can be followed on the Community Feed to stay updated with their latest creations.

There is a disconnect between the Discord server and the website making it difficult to find specific users.

The ranking tab allows users to rank images and provide feedback to mid-journey for image creation.

Ranking images can earn users free fast hours.

The archive function backs up images in case of website issues or policy changes.

Each image in the gallery has detailed information and options available for users to interact with.

Midjourney subscription provides unlimited storage and various tools for image organization and sharing.