It would be great if images added through the CMS automatically had a thumbnail associated with them so that our editors don't have to make two images for every post.
I think this is to give us an option to customize the thumbnails by ourselves. But as you said if there is an automatically generated thumbnail for those who don't want to edit the image, is really a good idea. - Dylan Aaron, Shopify theme designer at shopixpert.com
I too encountered with this issue. Since I'm new to CMS I was not able to find its solution. I'm hoping someone will give the answer here.
(Junior web designer, Webin360)
Yes this is an issue. srcset does not work for CMS images.
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I think this is already possible. If you upload a 5000x5000px image to a collection item and then on the website bind this image to a small thumbnail and then bind it to a large image, our responsive image algorithm will choose the correct size to serve based on the width of the image.
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