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I use Trello to organize job and service calls, and use my customers' company logos as the card covers for quick and easy identification. When creating a new card, I'd like to be able to quickly choose from a collection of uploaded/always available photos to use as the card's cover.
Currently, what I do when creating a new card is go find an old card related to that customer, open the image, right click to copy it, then go back to the newer card and past it in. It's not terrible but it does interrupt the flow.
I think this would also have the benefit of saving space so the same image isn't uploaded 300 times and instead is just referenced.
Based on your earlier questions, looks like you are developer and familiar with custom power up.
I have come up with a custom power up that allows you to attached app to your card back. In the picture you can see a form app and a image sharing app.
Regarding your question : it does not matter whether you select a file or provide a link, Trello will create a copy on the card.
The alternative method is to use http request to get the image from another card. Standard Trello automation support this so I have an app for curated Trello automation add-on deservices (unfortunately the platform has problems with handling environment variables at this moment) but here's the link https://alpha.deta.space/discovery/@milynnus/space_butler and you can read the documentation. Look under Attachments.md in the Github repo.