How to Upload Images and Attachments to the CDN

Modified on: 2014-11-14 15:06:54 -0600


SharpSpring enables you to upload and store images and attachments on our Content Delivery Network (CDN). There are two areas in SharpSpring where you can add images and attachments to the CDN. One option is by clicking on the green "New" button in the upper right corner of the app. The other option is to upload images and attachments in the email editor.

SharpSpring allows you to attach the following file types:  jpg, jpeg, png, gif, txt, docx, doc, zip, pdf, csv, xls and xlsx. It's recommended that you limit the size of your email attachments to around 5 MB.

(Note: We also suggest not sending zip file as an attachment. Zip files are likely to end up in a recipient's spam folder.)

The following video will show you how to upload images and attachments to the CDN in SharpSpring. However, if you prefer, a written step-by-step guide is available below the video for your convenience. ​



Step-by-Step Guide on how to Upload Images and Attachments 

Step 1: Click on the green “New” button in the top right corner of SharpSpring.

Step 2: Select “Upload Media" in the drop down menu.


Step 3: Click on the “Upload” button at the top of the CDN menu next to the "Create" button.


Step 4: Click on the "Add files" button. 

Step 5: Choose the file you want to send to the network.

Step 6: Click on the “Open” button once you have found the file. 

Step 7: Click on the blue “Upload” button to upload your file to the Sharpspring CDN.




Now you have successfully uploaded an image or attachment using the "New" button.

Uploading Images and Attachments from within the Email Editor

Step 1: Click on “Content” in the top navigation bar.

Step 2: Select "Emails" in the drop down menu.


Step 3: Choose any email.

Step 4: From within the WYSIWYG editor, click on “insert / edit image" icon in the toolbar (Looks like mountains).


Step 5: Click on the “File Search” button. Located to the right of the "Source" field. Looks like a magnifying glass with a folder underneath it.

Step 6: Click on the "Upload" button.

Step 7: Click on the "Add Files" button in the pop up window.

Step 8: Select the file that you want to upload.

Step 9: Click on the blue "Upload" button.


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