Insert pic button
I still don't see a way to Insert pics into the body of the email. This is very important to me and the large group I communicate with. Attachments do me No Good!
Rachel Quel commented
When I insert a picture, it doesn't have the "wrap text" options (wrap text right; wrap text left; don't wrap text). What happened to those options?
Your "new" email is becoming more and more useless all the time. Now it's apparently no longer possible to insert photos into emails, and the "attachment" option constantly fails. Apparently your goal is to make AOL Mail totally useless, and if so, you're doing a GREAT job <SARCASM>.
Who is designing aol email? They should be fired! I want/need to insert pictures in the body of my emails I send!!!
A olear commented
I want my email to be the same as before - STOP putting everything into files that must be downloaded, I want to see the pics I'm being sent as they are in the email.
JEFF NOLAN commented
Why only 1 pic in email allowed now, BS I think.
ALFREDO KOVSCH commented
No way, to insert a picture on the text.
Thomas Foster commented
Restore classic, you have made live a substandard Test System... Obviously in error...
Lorelei Ennis commented
Please return your INSERT feature next to the ATTACH feature on the AOL tool bar in composing emails. The INSERT feature is very important in my line of work. I include jpg flyers (text and images) in the body of my email. The INSERT feature is needed for that.
TRISH HILL commented
Why is there no Insert pic tab like we had with the Old Version?
Anne Lore commented
FOUND A WAY TO INSERT IMAGES! I kind of hate to make the detestable new system easier to live with until we have another option (right, AOL? ANOTHER OPTION?), but here's something that worked for me on my HP Probook in Windows 10:
You'll need to open your target images folder in either File Explorer (or equivalent) or Photoshop --probably any file access--, showing either list or thumbnails.
Don't open your target file; just right-click on it, then left-click on "Copy" near the bottom of the dropdown and you can paste into your email. This will be at the Large size; use the 3-dot to get Small if needed. Highlight to center it as with text, but you can pre-center the space or paste in below centered text and it'll follow. Not as good as simple 'Insert', but at least you're back in business. Works for animated gifs-- when I tried pasting these in as copied from an online image the animation froze, but copying from a closed file gets it there intact. Spread the word!
Teach Kar commented
When typing my spelling is bad and I need the program to give me choices of what the word should be. I enabled spell check but does not
2. When I have a on going email and add a picture it always puts down on the bottom of all the emails and i want it under my text
DUANE CROSLAND commented
What happened to the insert feature. the entire new version is very painful. Hate it. Fire the person that suggested these changes.
IRWIN BOBBY KAPLAN commented
Please include ability to insert picture in email
JOHN PAINTER commented
My company cannot include our logo or photos in emails form AOL any longer. PLEASE RETURN THE INSERT BUTTON. This is ridiculous. We are not 14 year old children who need emojis.