Add an image to an email while editing

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How do I insert an image into my email while I'm working in it?

Article: 000001410 Product: Email Marketing

Add an image to an email while editing

Bring your email to life by adding images.

Add an Image

To add an image to your email:

  1. Create or edit an email.
  2. Place your cursor over the block where you want to add the image.
  3. Click the Edit edit icon in the upper right-hand corner of the block.
  4. Place your cursor where you want to add the image.
  5. On the left-hand side of the page, click Images.
    Images Button
  6. If your image:
  • Is already in My Library - Scroll through your images until you find the one you're looking for. Then just click on the image and click on Insert. You can click More Options More Options to edit the image.
  • Needs to be uploaded - Click Upload Upload image to drag and drop documents from your computer into the Library.
  • Is on Facebook or Instagram - Click Upload and then the Social Networks tab to login to your social network and select your images.
  • Is hosted elsewhere - Click More Options and then click the Image URL tab to paste in your image URL. Click Preview to edit your image.
  • Isn't in existence yet - Click Upload and then the Stock Images tab to browse the free and paid images available from BigStock. 
  1. When finished editing the image, click Insert to add the image to the block.

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Next Steps

Once you finished editing your email:

  • Preview - Send yourself a test so you can see how your images are displayed.
  • Make Edits - Don't like how the image looks? Try resizing it.

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