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You want to use web hosted images within your signature template, however, you do not have access to a web location, such as the company’s web directory and would like to host an image that you can maintain and store.
Dropbox is a free to use service, where you can upload multiple types of files, including images.
Dropbox has recently changed the way the files are shared and no longer supports web-hosted images in the same way it used to.
To use Dropbox, you must have a Dropbox account set up, this will allow you to access the Dropbox application.
- Upload your image(s) to your Dropbox account (you must already have an account with Dropbox to access this).
- Once the image has been uploaded, click on the image itself and click Share.
- Click Create a link.
- Click Copy link.
- Insert the link into the Image Location within the image tool in the Template Editor:
- At the moment the link will not show, to ensure that it can be seen, locate the text ?dl=0 within the URL and change it to raw=1:
Once this has been completed, you will see the image in the preview window.
- Click OK to continue inserting the image into the template.