How to Insert and Attach Images and Files in Emails

Need to add photos to your emails or messages? Our quick guide shows you how to insert images, making your digital communications visually striking and more engaging. Whether you're updating your community with a newsletter image or personalizing a message with a photo, we cover the easy steps to attach pictures from your Files section right into your message body.

How to Insert and Attach Images and Files in Emails 

  1. In the admin area, select Emails & Letters. Then, click Add Email & Letter
    More information: How to Compose an Email or a Letter and How to Create an Email & Letter Template
  2. Click on Insert/Attach from Files area.image.png
  3. Click on Upload File to Files area.
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  4. Drag or click to upload your image.
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  5. You can decide to view or View or Edit the image in the Files area if you like. Otherwise, you have the option to insert a link, the image itself, or attach the newly added image.

 

Alternative Route for Embedding Images 

Note: This route is more complex than the route shared above, but available to you should you need it. 

  1. In the admin area, select Emails & Letters. Then, click Add Email & Letter
    More information: How to Compose an Email or a Letter and How to Create an Email & Letter Template
  2. In the Subject and Message area, click the image icon. 
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  3. Paste your Image URL collected from the Files area into the URL bar.
  4. Then, you can just set your image properties as you'd like and click OK when done. 
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Need to Edit the Sizing of the Image?

If you need to edit the sizing of the image, click the image icon in the toolbar and adjust the width and height, or select the image to adjust the size and position within your email.

Hyperlink the Image:

    • Click on the inserted image to select it.
    • Click the Link icon in the toolbar.
    • In the URL field, paste the link you want the image to direct to.
    • Set any additional properties, such as Title or Target (e.g., open in a new window).
    • Click OK to apply the hyperlink to the image.

Now, your image will be clickable, directing recipients to the specified URL.

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