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Add images to your session blocks

Make your session plans visual by adding images into the description and instructions of your blocks

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Apart from uploading files as attachments to your session blocks, you can also add images inline in your blocks. This is especially useful if you’d like to add, for example, diagrams or photos of a flip chart to specific blocks in your session so your co-facilitators will see a reference image alongside the block’s text.

Inline images can be added to the Description and Additional information fields of the block, as well as the Instructions and Background fields which are accessible in the block details area.

Images you insert will appear among attachments, so you see them under the Block details area as well as with the summarised list of all attachments in the Attachments tab on the right-hand sidebar.

If you are the session owner or have editor rights to a session, then you can click in one of these fields in an empty row and a small + symbol will appear.

Clicking on this button will allow you to add a bulleted list, numbered list, checklist, or an image to the respective field in your block.

Files can be added in JPEG or PNG format.

If you’d like to delete an image, you can hover your cursor over the image (either in the Session Planner or in the attachments tab) and click on the small trash icon that appears. Deleting an attachment with keyboard shortcuts (backspace, delete) is currently not supported as although the inline image will disappear, the attachment will remain.

Inline images on your exports / printouts

The images you insert to your block will also appear on the PDF and Word export of your session.

Inline images that you’ve added to your session will take up the available width of the relevant area in the table view and also appear in full width in the detailed printout. Therefore we recommend not to upload low-resolution images as these will appear pixelated in the PDF / Word printout.

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