Copy/Paste: How to Add Images to Your Gmail Messages Quickly

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Google loves me. And other Google Chrome users.

If you happen to use Google’s Chrome web browser, Google has added the ability to copy and paste images straight into a Gmail message. Last year, they added the ability to drag and drop attachments and images straight into your e-mail. This takes it a step further. They want to make your life easier.

You’re now able to paste images straight from the clipboard if you’re running the latest version of Google Chrome. Just right-click any image you want to send, and copy it. Then when you’re composing the message, just paste.

Luckily, it doesn’t seem to matter where you’re copying it from, even if it’s from another browser.

Copy. Paste. Copy. Paste. I could do this all day.

Google says they’re hoping “to enable it on other browsers soon,” too.

(via Official Gmail Blog)

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