featuredImage option

Hi everyone,

I have a git repository with hugo site. I am managing it with netlify. When we deploy hugo site, it creates some default values like draft, date, etc…. and we can also add other values like tags, categories.


With netlify cms site, we can add tags and categories values using the config.toml file. In hugo site, if we add “featuredImage:IMAGEURL”, in hugo post, it shows that image as the blog picture. I want to add the same featuredImage: value through cms.

I saw a value for image, but it is showing as thumbnail.
- {label: “Featured Image”, name: “thumbnail”, widget: “image”}
It is still showing as thumbnail. I have replaced it as below:
- {label: “Featured Image”, name: “featuredImage", widget: “image”}

But still it did not work. How can I add featuredImage to the values within the default values? If I add featuredImage:IMAGEURL in the post, it is showing as is, and not taking the value for featuredImage. It should go between — and — lines in the hugo default values section. How can I achieve this?


Can you share the full contents of config.yml, make sure you have all the changes pushed to git and that your build has no errors? Thanks

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Your config looks alright. Be aware that these changes only apply for new posts (or newly saved posts) so you might need to update older ones manually.

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