Currently, Sprout Studio does not have a "media library" functionality where you can upload and embed images into a questionnaire or email. We understand how useful this would be though, so we have plans of building it at some point for you! 

In the meantime, you can still embed photos in a questionnaire or email, though! You just have to do a bit of a workaround in order to do it.

Step #1 - Get the Image URL

First, you have to get a link to the image you'd like to embed.

Since Sprout Studio doesn't have a media library functionality, you'll have to upload it somewhere else. You could upload it to your website and get the link from there, or you can use one of the many image hosting platforms available, such as Pictr.com.

Step #2 - Embed the Image

Once you have image link (it should look like www.Site.com/ImageName.jpg), you can embed that image into a questionnaire or email by following these steps:

Embedding an Image into an Email: 

First, open the email modal. Then click the "HTML" button (it looks like <> in the top-right corner of the toolbar in the email modal). 

In the email modal, once you're in HTML mode, type in:

<img src = "YOUR IMAGE LINK HERE">

Obviously, you paste your image link that you copied in step #1 into the "YOUR IMAGE LINK HERE" portion. 

Now, you can exit out of HTML mode by clicking the HTML button. Your image will be embedded in the email now! 

Embedding an Image into a Questionnaire: 

While editing the questionnaire, click the "HTML" button (it looks like <> in the top-right corner of the toolbar while editing a questionnaire field). 

In the contents are of the field, once you're in HTML mode, type in:

<img src = "YOUR IMAGE LINK HERE">

Obviously, you paste your image link that you copied in step #1 into the "YOUR IMAGE LINK HERE" portion. 

Now, you can exit out of HTML mode by clicking the HTML button. Your image will be embedded in that field of the questionnaire now!

If you'd like to embed an image that is not as a part of a question, insert a new "Instructions" field type, and follow the above instructions. 

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