When you're designing an Email Template in the Block Editor you can use the Image Manager to insert images in an HTML content block.
It is currently not possible to create new Email Sends/Templates using this editor, and as part of our continuing plans to deprecate the Block editor, cloning Email Sends/Templates using the Block Editor while on version 12.1+ will automatically update their editor type to the Freestyle editor.
From version 12.2, this will be released to and applied automatically to all versions as we move to fully deprecate the old editors.
- Learn how to upload images to the Block Editor Image Manager
- Learn how to add images to a Block Editor Template
- Dynamics 365
Place your cursor where you want the image to go and click on the Image Manager button:
That will open the Image Manager Dialog.
You can add and rename folders in the first column to keep your layouts organized. Just use the buttons at the top to do this, and right click the folder to rename it.
Note: If you move images into a different folder, it changes the URL. So if you've already sent out an email with that image then no one will be able to see the image any more. If you've just placed it into your template, you'll need to delete it and reinsert it.
To upload an image choose Upload.
NOTE: You can see in the above screenshot that there is a limit of 500 KB per image. The total amount of storage space to store all images, documents, and layouts depends on your subscription with ClickDimensions.
Choose Select to find any of the listed file types on your computer. If you want to add more than three files, click the Add button at add another Select box. When you're done selecting your files, choose Upload. Those images are hosted by ClickDimensions and will now appear in your Image Manger and will be visible and available to everyone who has the ClickDimensions User Role in your CRM.
Add an Image to the Template
When you have an image selected in the middle column it will show you a preview in the third column. When you've found the one you want, hit Insert. And your image is now in the editor.
To edit your image you can right click and choose Properties.
To keep the size proportions the same, click the link to the right of the width and height fields. Learn how to hyperlink an image here.
|Feature Added: Feb 2012
|Feature Updated: Feb 2012
|ClickDimensions Version Needed: 3.3.0+