How to insert images in your Gmail mail when you are composing a message or an email?

Many people doesn't know how to insert any image to your Gmail mails. People think that it's impossible to insert images into the mail at the compose time. Do you know how to insert image in the compose mail window? You don't need any software. Just need only a Gmail account and google docs. That's enough to insert the image in your composing message or email. This page tell you the techniques to insert images in your Gmail mail when you are composing a message or an email.

Steps to insert images in your Gmail mail when you are composing a message or an email

Step 1:

Log in to your Gmail account by using your username and password.

Step 2:

Write the address http://docs.google.com/ in your browser's address bar and access Google Documents. [In Google Documents you can create your own documents like open office or Microsoft Word The username and password is the same of your Gmail account. If you are accessing for the first time, you need to configure the language and the time-zone.]

Step 3:

Create a new document and insert the image you want to isert in your gmail compose box. To insert image, click on Insert then Image... and then put the image location from Browse and finally click on Insert. Very soon, your desired image will be added to your document file.

To insert image, click on Insert and then Image and then select the image from the Browse.
To insert image, click on Insert and then Image and then select the image from the Browse.

Step 4:

Now, select the image and copy the image by pressing Ctrl + C or by right clicking on your mouse and then select copy.

After uploading the image, select the image and copy the image.
After uploading the image, select the image and copy the image.

Step 5:

Go to the Compose Mail in your Gmail account and paste the copied image (which you copied in Google Documents) to the compose mail message box. Now, you will see the image is added in your message box. You can insert as many images as you wish by following this techniques.

Paste the copied image to your composer's message box.
Paste the copied image to your composer's message box.

And that's all. You can easily insert images in your Gmail mail when you are composing a message or an email.

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men are dorks 7 years ago from Namibia

Tx, very helpful. now i can send a nicer looking amail


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Jerilee Wei 7 years ago from United States

This is exactly what I needed explained. Thanks so much!


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rancidTaste 7 years ago Author

Thanks for your comments. I think, it's really a needy thing to insert images in the mail. I wish you use this techniques to insert images to your mails and will share with other people about the techniques.


Elango 7 years ago

thanks....very nice.......... exactly what i want


Phyo 7 years ago

There is a much easier way. In Google Labs, enable "Inserting Images" and after that, you will see a little icon to insert images in compose window.


Pradyut 6 years ago

Thank you. I have found solution of my desired question.


hary 6 years ago

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Tushar Nikam 5 years ago

very very helpful tips.Thanks so much!


Rajkumar 5 years ago

Thanks to who create this,it's so much easy way to insert image.so much tank to you.


Ashwini 5 years ago

very very helpful tips.Thanks so much!


tarun 4 years ago

@nice one post thank u so much@


VIJAY 4 years ago

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davinderuk5@gmail.com 4 years ago

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