WRITING EMAILS AND DIRECTLY INSERTING IMAGES

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Hi everyone!

I am writing emails using the Gmail email editor. I want to insert the images directly and not as attachments. I have been looking for this feature but it seems there is none.
 
Can someone please tell me how I can do this even if it means using other email service  providers? I have also tried Yahoo, but nothing happened. Someone please help me.
 
Thank you very much.
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Answered By 0 points N/A #86587

WRITING EMAILS AND DIRECTLY INSERTING IMAGES

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First, you need to enable insert image option in Gmail. Navigate to Settings > Labs and enable insertion of images.

 

Upload the image in the hosting services like photobucket and copy the direct link.
 
Go to compose page, and click on the “Insert Image” icon.
Go to compose page, and click on the “Insert Image” icon

Select the second radio button, “Web Address URL“. Paste the URL you got from photobucket.

Select the second radio button, “Web Address URL“. Paste the URL you got from photobucket

Image gets inserted in the compose page. You can resize the image or you can keep the original image.

You can resize the image or you can keep the original image
Answered By 0 points N/A #86588

WRITING EMAILS AND DIRECTLY INSERTING IMAGES

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There are two ways:

1. You need to embed HTML. You actually need to copy the rendered HTML from either an existing web page or WYSIWYG HTML editor and then paste it into Gmail.
 
Doing so, allows you to insert your own tables, divs, images, etc. into Gmail pretty easily.
 
2. Just turn on "Inserting images" from the Labs tab under Settings, and you'll see a new toolbar icon like this:
Inserting images" from the Labs tab under Settings

Make sure you're in rich formatting mode, or it won't show up. Click the little image icon, and you can insert images in two ways: by uploading image files from your computer or by providing image URLs.

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