Add images & emojis
How to add images and emojis to your emails? ☄️
Mailmeteor is built on the native Gmail editors. It means that you can copy-paste images in your email template and add emojis very easily.

Add images

1) Upload your images online

To insert images, you need to upload them to an online server before. You can use free image upload services like ImgBB or Imgur.
In this example we are using imgBB to host our images
These two websites are among the most reliable on the web. You can use any other image hosting website or host the image on your own server.

2) Copy the image

Once uploaded, go to the image's link.
Copy the link ( and open it
Right-click on the image and choose "copy image".
Copy your image

3) Paste the image in your template.

Paste your image in Mailmeteor's editor
Now, you just need to paste the image in Mailmeteor. You're done!
How to resize an image? If your picture is quite large in width or height, we recommend to resizing it before uploading online. The ideal image width for emails is 600 pixels.
Image not showing? Make sure to upload your images are correctly uploaded online following the steps above.

Add custom images (advanced)

To send a personalized image to each of your recipient, you can use HTML code. As this feature requires technical skills, you might need to ask a developer for some help.
Here's a spreadsheet that demos how to send custom images in your mail merge. As you will see, the column E, entitled "Image Code", creates an img HTML element. When used into your template, such as {{ Image Code }} it will render the custom image that you want to send.

Add emojis ☄️

To add emojis, simply copy paste an emoji in your email subject or body.
Even though emojis are cute, it can be considered spammy in the eyes of anti-spam filters. Use them sparingly!
You can use shortcuts to add emojis quickly. On Mac: Control + Command + Space. On Windows, press Windows + ; (semi-colon) or Windows + . (period) to open the emoji keyboard.

Video tutorial

If you prefer to watch a video, here's a tutorial on how to add images in your emails:
Happy watching!