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Pipefy offers 3 options to insert images in your email template body: 

  • the in-feature toolbar;
  •  markdown;
  •  html. 

Click here to learn more about adding images to your email templates.

Before adding an image to an email template, it must be hosted in an image hosting service such as https://imgur.com or https://imgbb.com/ (you'll use the image's URL to add to the code).

Attention! The image URL must always end in a valid image extension (.jpg, .png, .gif.). If you're using a hosting service and the generated URL doesn't have the proper extension, try clicking on it with the right mouse button to copy the image URL or open the image in a new tab.

The maximum image width supported in email templates is 536px. If you add any image that's wider than that, it may distort the email layout so we recommend editing the image to the desired size before uploading it.

Here's how to add the image using markdown and html:

  • Markdown: ![Image alt text] (image URL) > removing the space in between the elements;
  • Html: <img src="image URL">

To centralize the image, simply combine the information above with the <center> tag:

  • Markdown: <center>![Image alt text] (image URL)</center>
  • Html: <center><img src="image URL"></center>

Click here to learn more about other markdown/html options for formatting email templates.

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