Use images hosted on your remote server. Upload new images to your server that you've added to your email.
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An external server is the standard way to host images for emails. Often times, it's a directory on your web server. With the FTP/sFTP integration, you can securely add your server credentials and get access to your images directly in the Blocks Edit interface. So when you're editing an email, add images in just by browsing for them on your remote server.
Any web server where you're hosting files and images that allows setting up an FTP/sFTP connection to it.
Access hosted images directly in the editor interface, as you're making updates to an email.
When you're ready to export an email, any modified images, including those upload from your computer, will be transfered to the server and image URLs within the code will be updated.
Need help setting up your FTP/sFTP integration? Here are some options:
Blocks Edit uses email development best practices for your code, and API standards to connect to your sources. We're truly platform-agnostic, so you can use your preferred email, marketing, and organizational tools.
Extend your workflow based on your organization's other tools: get access to your images without leaving the editor; export your edited email so it's ready for send-off with your provider.
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