Before you can insert an image, you must upload it to the Pinpointe server. Alternatively, you can use an image URL that is on another server.

How To Insert An Image Using the WYSIWYG Editor

  1. While you are in the Pinpointe editor, click in the location you would like to insert your image and then click on the Image icon.

    The following popup box will appear:

  2. Now, click the "Browse Server" button next to the URL field and it will bring up another popup box. Here you can upload a file by clicking the "Upload" button.
    Alternatively, If you want want to use an image off of a different server, you can fill it in the URL field (skip step 3)

  3. Choose your image file and click on the "Open" button. You'll see a thumbnail of your image in your image folder. Double-click on it and it will bring you back to the Image Properties popup box.

  4. Fill in the Alternative Text field (this will be seen in your email campaign when image blocking is on) and modify any of the other fields if necessary. Click the green "OK" button and the image will now appear in your email campaign.

How To Insert An Image Using the Drag-N-Drop Editor

While you are in the drag-n-drop editor, click on the 'Elements' link in the vertical menu on the left. Then click on the 'Image' box and drag it to the location where you would like to place your image.

Next, double-click on the grey image placement box. This will bring up new options on the left.

Click the 'Upload Image' (or alternatively 'Link to Image' if you have a URL).

Upload a new image by dragging it into the image box or double clicking in it to load a file. Once you find the image (or have uploaded it), click on the 'Select' button underneath it. This will place you image in your campaign.

Now, under 'Image Options,' fill out the Alt field with a description of your image. You can also add an image URL and change the image width and alignment. When you are finished, click the 'Done' button.


  • Always use alternative text - make sure it explains what the image is. If the alt text is too long, it won't render.
  • Make your image files as small as possible so they render quickly and don't set off any spam flags. The smaller your image size, the better. You can use sites like and to quickly reduce your file sizes.