Other than by just attaching it? So it's embedded in the email itself?
Hi Heather, I assume you are talking about conversations within Canvas. It does not look like there is a way to embed an image within messages at this time. I searched and there does not seem to be a feature idea on this now, you may want to add one: Ideas . I would think you will have to continue the work around of attaching the image at this point.
There is a feature request on Product Radar that would allow this: Add rich-content editor to Conversations.
It may not sound like it's the same thing, but the Rich Content Editor (RCE) is what allows you to add formatting, HTML, and other things like images. So adding the RCE to conversations would allow embedding of an image and if Canvas allows formatting and images, then they would have to change the way it's displayed to accommodate those.
Thank you for finding that feature idea. I thought this might be an idea that was somewhere in the community.
Tim Maw, most ideas are variations on existing themes. A lot of them are now in Cold Storage, where ideas that didn't progress it go to be archived. Every now and then someone will come up with something new. More often it's something that sounds familiar but is so buried we have trouble finding it.
I've seen a lot over the years and have a decent memory for recalling that I've seen something; sometimes even who was involved. One trick I use to find stuff are going to the Ideas link at the top, then clicking on Product Radar, and searching. That limits it to ideas that are just on Product Radar and those are the ones we want to direct people to first. A second trick is using a Google search as it often does a better job than the built-in one and it includes areas I'm not following.
I had not thought of doing a Google search for these ideas, I usually try to search through the community first I think I'll start doing some Google searches now.
Were you able to find an answer to your question? I am going to go ahead and mark this question as answered because there hasn't been any more activity in a while so I assume that you have the information that you need. If you still have a question about this or if you have information that you would like to share with the community, by all means, please do come back and leave a comment. Also, if this question has been answered by one of the previous replies, please feel free to mark that answer as correct.
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