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Insert Images into Email Campaign

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Insert Images into Email Campaign

Hi,

constant contact images.PNGWhen I am inserting an image into an email campaign, I have no way to search the thousands of images I have in my library. My only choices are to sort by date or file name. More often than not, I just upload a new image, even if I am sure the image is already in my library. This is a huge miss. We need a search bar here!!! 

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Re: Insert Images into Email Campaign

Hi @CXPA

 

I'm glad you reached out to ask this question in the Community. When inserting an image, you will want to click the image placeholder and select edit. By inserting the images this way, you will have access to a search box that will allow you to search by file name. 

 

Hope this helps!

 

 


Alex S.
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Re: Insert Images into Email Campaign

Can you please consider adding this back into the image panel in my screenshot?

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Re: Insert Images into Email Campaign


Hi @CXPA

 

This is a great feature request. I can understand how helpful it would  be to have the ability to search for an image in the left Image Tab of our email editor. We have submitted this feedback to the appropriate teams. In the meantime, we suggest following the workaround given by Alex:

 

When inserting an image, you will want to click the image placeholder and select edit. By inserting the images this way, you will have access to a search box that will allow you to search by file name. 


Frankie P.
Community & Social Media Support

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