Upload static images to Page Designer from a file


#1

Page Designer allows for static text and images, but the images have to be accessed via a URL. We have images that we can’t locate at a public URL, but would still like to include them on a printable page. As such, we’d love to see the ability to upload images to Page Designer.


#2

We have the same need… to upload an image to the page designer. The image we want to use is not publicly available.


#3

This is a feature we’re considering, but in the meantime, you can upload an image to an Airtable attachment field, then right-click on the image when you’re viewing it to get a URL for that image.


#4

Thanks, I tried to do this - uploaded my images to a new table called Images into the attachment field, but when I copied the URL into the designer block nothing seemed to happen. Any further tips?

Definitely would like the ability to upload images to the page designer in a more straightforward way and without needing a URL, would greatly improve functionality, thanks!


#5

Would super love this feature. I’ve been struggling all day just to get our logo on the page! I tried uploading to my onedrive and my google drives and linking from there but it won’t allow me, even when the images are set to public. I also uploaded to our wix website but can’t get a public link for those since they aren’t actually viewable on our page. It’s getting very frustrating. I’ll add it as an attachment but I’m not a fan of having to create a whole table just for image use. It’s wreaking havoc on my OCD!


#6

I agree, would be great to have the ability to totally customize a PDF to capture data for clients in the page designer block, without having to print a view and then save as PDF and add a logo there…just seems cumbersome. You guys have an awesome product, keep it coming…


#7

I agree with the above!


#8

Helene, I wasn’t having success with this either. But I tried it again, this time when I opened the
image to full size from within the airtable base/record where I had it stored, I right clicked on the
image and selected “Copy Image Address”. Then in the Page Designer Image url field, I did a
Paste. This worked for me. Previously, I was literally copying the url in the browser url field which
I would’ve expected to work, but it didn’t - I just saw a question mark in a box.

Hope this helps you.