The Asset Library

On the Assets page, you can store images that you want to reuse across messages, so you don’t have to upload the same image over and over again!

 Check back for updates!

The Assets page is new, and we plan to add features to it near future, including adding support for it within our various email editors and more. Check out our release notes, or return to this page to find out about the latest updates!

How it works

The Assets page provides an interface for you to upload and store images, so you can reuse images across messages in your workspace.

You can store and reuse images in bmp, jpeg, png, and gif formats. Files must be smaller than 3MB.

For now, you’ll copy the URLs of your images to reuse them in messages. In the near future, you’ll be able to add assets from within our message builders.

reuse images by adding them to the asset library
reuse images by adding them to the asset library

Add a file to your asset library

  1. Go to Content > Assets.
  2. Go to the directory where you want to store your new file or image.
  3. Click   Upload Image and select the image you want to upload.

Add a folder to the asset library

Folders provide a way to organize images and other assets.

  1. Go to Content > Assets.
  2. Go to the directory where you want to add your new folder.
  3. Click , enter the name of your new folder, and click Create Folder.

Use an image in a message

You’ll have to copy the URL of your asset to use it in a message. For now, that means you can’t use your assets when you build emails using our Rich Text or Drag-and-Drop editors.

Because you’ll need to copy URLs from the asset manager to your message, we recommend that you keep two tabs open: one for your campaign/message and one for the asset manager.

  1. Go to Content > Assets, and find the image you want to copy.

  2. Hover over the image, and click .

    Click the link icon to copy an image URL
    Click the link icon to copy an image URL

  3. Go to your message and paste the URL where you need to use your image.

    This process can change based on the kind of message and editor you use. For an email using the Code editor, you’ll add an img tag and paste your image link in the src attribute. For Push notifications, SMS messages, and so on, you’ll copy the link into the Image field.

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