Some images are communicating, others say nothing at all. The expression that a picture is worth a thousand words is an old truth, but one word can change the whole picture. Anyway, it’s almost always nice with pictures and they can help you clarify your message in a very simple way.
The difference between attaching images to e-mails or send a link to the image saved in your briefcase?
If it is only about one or two images, it may be easiest to attach images to an e-mail. However, if it’s more than that, it might be better to save the images in a folder in your briefcase that you then share and email the link to. Then there will be no heavy emails and you can feel confident that you can send e-mail and your recipient’s mail server to receive the email, without any problems. All e-mail servers can not handle large / heavy emails.
The difference between e-mailing photos as an attachment or embedded in the message itself?
The most obvious difference is so clear that when one chooses to view the picture in the message itself so visible image when reading the email. If you choose to attach the image as a file, you get the picture separately and must click on it to see it.
When you receive an email with the pictures in the message itself, it is common that they have become blocked and you need to click a link to allow the images in the message to be displayed before they become visible. The reason for this is to avoid possible spread of virus through pictures.
Save attached photos in the briefcase or on your computer?
Save the picture in your briefcase, you always have access to it.
Save the image to your hard drive, you can save on your account size.
If you have save the image file, a copy of it will be saved in the briefcase and therefore you’ll have 2 copies of the image, it may be wise to remove the one from the e-mail.
Do you know that you can create slideshows of your account?
A nice way to show off your pictures to others is to make a show of them.
You can do this directly from your briefcase.
Recommended file formats for images
As a general rule, you use jpg / jpeg photos and gif or png to illustrations and logos. If you have a column defined view in your briefcase, you can see a preview of a selected picture if it is a picture saved as jpg, gif or bmp.
Do you know that you can make images clickable?
With just a few clicks. A stylish way to take your receiver through to your website, for example.