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Community - Inline Images in posts

qyost
New Contributor III

Would the community managers consider allowing participants to post inline images (maybe after a community member has some level of trust/rank and/or moderation and approval)?   Having images as attachments that need to be downloaded separately greatly limits their usefulness in conveying information quickly. 

 

We can see that the platform supports the functionality from the "You do not have permission to upload images"  banner that pops up when we do try to paste one inline.
 

 

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qyost
New Contributor III

I've heard from an admin that a permission setting was changed.

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Looks like it worked.

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qyost
New Contributor III

I've heard from an admin that a permission setting was changed.

qyost_0-1666726495768.png

Looks like it worked.

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JulieB
Community Manager
Community Manager

Hi, @qyost 

I apologize, I thought I replied to this. Thank you for drawing this issue to our attention.  I had been wondering why everyone was attaching files to their posts and not using inline images.  

 

I believe Rohit made the change a couple days ago.  Glad that mystery was solved.  

Julie Brancik
Senior Manager, Online Communities at Netskope