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Survey with pictures: How to add images to your survey
Survey with pictures: How to add images to your survey

Learn how to insert web hosted pictures and photos to your survey introduction, question, and answers.

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Written by Agnieszka
Updated over a week ago

To customize your survey to the next level, you can add a picture to your survey question to bust it up. You can do this in two ways:

  • Upload the picture from your device;

  • Add image with HTML tag.

Upload the image from your device

You can add an image to the Welcome message in email and link surveys by going to Settings ➡️ Add image and upload or drag & drop an image.

❗️Files must be in JPG or PNG format and under 2MB.

Add image with HTML tag

You can also add images to the questions or intro message with HTML. While using this method, it's impossible to add the file from your device. You can upload your picture to the Internet using image hosting and pasting the link in the HTML tag.

To add an image, insert the following code to the question, introduction, or answer field:


You can also change the size of the image by adding width and height attributes:

<img src="INSERT A LINK TO YOUR IMAGE HERE" width="500" height="600">

📌 Please note that this feature is unavailable for Intercom messenger & Mobile SDK surveys.

You can also add images to your question answers in the same way as above. We support it in Single answer selection, Multiple answer selection, and Ranking answer questions.

🔧If your image isn't displayed in the survey, please try to right-click on your image, select 'Open image in a new tab' and copy the URL from that new tab into the survey.

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