Upload and access your images, documents, and other file types in the Files section of your account. To access, navigate to Files.
Supported file types include:
- Images: GIF, JPG, JPEG, PNG, BMP
- Documents: PDF, HTM(L), RTF, TXT, CSV, XLS(X), DOC(X), PPS, PPT(X)
- Multimedia: MOV, MP3, MP4, WAV, SWF
- Other: ZIP, ICS, VCF
How to Upload a File in the User Interface
- Click on Files.
- Click Add New Item.
- Use the Choose File button to browse and select the file from your system.
- Click Start Upload to upload your file. Once the upload has completed, a preview will be shown and a confirmation message will be displayed that says All done.
The Files section displays all files you have previously uploaded. You also have the options to preview or delete files. Multiple files can be selected and deleted.
To retrieve the URL to link to your image or file, click the Edit icon and copy the URL shown. Learn how to link hosted files here. You can also access images in your Files when editing a message with the Insert Image functions (available in TinyMCE, V4 and Drag & Drop).
Using the Edit option, you can add a Description to your image which can be used to help you organize your files and used in the Search bar in the Files section.
The Attachments tab in your account’s Files section shows you a list of the attachments you have uploaded to your account. These are attachments uploaded during the message creation process or via FTP. This part of the user interface also allows you to delete attachments.
The Company Logo tab allows you to specify a URL for your company logo that is used on the following default JangoMail pages:
- Member Profile default pages
- Default page for Unsubscribe Link confirmation page
- File and attachment hosting is case-sensitive. This means that the entire URL for your file needs to be included in your message and/or HTML code to match how you have it named and uploaded to your account’s Files. This includes the file type extension.
- You may use any JPG or GIF file up to 300KB in size.
- JPG images should be in RGB format (not CMYK).
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