Uploading An Image In A Post

Adding images to your posts can greatly enhance the visual appeal and engagement of your content. This guide will walk you through the steps to upload images to your blog posts easily.

Step-by-Step Guide to Upload Images

  1. Navigate to the desired page: You can post to a group or to your network from the home feed.
  2. Click "Post to a Group" or "Post to Your Network" (from the home feed): This will open the posting interface Screenshot 2024-05-30 at 1.55.42 PM.png
  3. Click on the image icon: Look for an icon that resembles a picture or a landscape. Click on it to open the image upload tool. Screenshot 2024-05-30 at 1.57.42 PM.png
  4. Select the file to upload: Images are cropped to an aspect ratio of 1.6 (8:5). We recommend using file sizes 3MBs or less
  5. Adjust the size and position: Use the slider to select the size. Click and drag the box to select the position on the image.
  6. Click the purple post button to upload: Make sure you have relevant text with your image to start a great discussion!

Troubleshooting Common Issues

  • Image Not Uploading:
    • Ensure the image file type is supported (e.g., JPG, PNG, GIF) 
    • Ensure the file size is within the upload limits - try to upload a smaller image.
    • Ensure you are also using a stable internet connection
    • Ensure you are using the most up to date internet browser available. 
    • If you continue to have trouble uploading please reach out to support with the attached images and the screen shot of the error message so we can attempt to diagnose the issue.

Image Guidelines

  • You must own the rights or have proof of permission to use images.
    • You may be subject to fines if you use copyrighted or trademarked items without permission.
    • For free images try using apps like Canva, Unsplash, Bing, & Google Images 
  • No nudity, elicit, lude, or sexual images are allowed
  • No images portraying abuse, hate, terrorism, trafficking or the like are allowed.
  • Do not add contact information to your images.


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