Where to find the url path of an image in Emma Library

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We're trying to add am image into a text module. We already are using right align module, but need to add another image into the left text area. I know how to add in an image html source code, but I'm not sure the beginning of the URL path of where Emma stores its photos in the photo library. 

Could you please tell us the beginning of the Emma library URL path? 

Thanks,

Jennie
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Hi Jennie!

You can grab the url for an image by heading to your image library on your Campaigns tab and clicking the down arrow next to the image and selecting 'Copy this image URL'.  That will copy the URL to your clipboard and if you only need part of if, you can just paste it into a new browser tab.



That should do the trick!  Let me know if you have any questions, I am always happy to help!
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Hi,

I'm noticing a problem with this feature- I click to copy image URL but nothing is copied to my clipboard. Can you look into this please? Using Chrome. Perhaps another browser is best?
Coding HTML from scratch but want to host the images in Emma.

Thanks in advance!

Lisa Marie
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Hey there!  Sounds like a flash issue.  Check out the post here:
https://community.myemma.com/emma/topics/not-able-to-copy-image-url-from-library

That should get you going! 

-G
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Awesome! That did the trick.  Thanks for your quick response! 
-LM
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I disabled Flash and the function still doesnt copy the image url. All it did was copy:
https://app.e2ma.net/app2/campaigns/
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Grey Stepp, Support Team Manager

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Hey Mike, you actually want to ENABLE the Flash, not disable.  

When you have the document library open, click the arrow to the right of that file and choose "Copy Link".  You don't want to grab the URL from the top of the page.  

You should see a link from "amazonnews.com"