Editing Images



Utilize the built-in Image Editor to ensure your additional images look as best as possible, direct to intended pages, and include alternative text where needed.

In this article, you will learn:

  1. How to Navigate the Image Editing Menu
  2. How to Edit Your Images in Bananatag

How to Navigate the Image Editing Menu

After uploading an image, you'll be able to click the Edit button to open up the Image Editor. Within the Image Editor, you'll find a number of options available.


Across the top of the Editor window, you'll find Undo and Redo arrows as well as Save and Cancel options. 


How to Edit Your Images in Bananatag

Crop Filters Adjust Focus Text Stickers Brushes Frames Overlays Links Alternative Text

Occasionally you won't need to include an entire image when placing it in an email, or it won't quite be positioned how you'd like. There are a few choices available when it comes to Cropping Images.


You'll find a number of preset aspect ratios under the Common Crops. Select one of the specific options to automatically adjust the aspect ratio. You can also choose to Lock the Resolution, in situations where you want to maintain the same aspect ratio but crop the image a bit tighter.


Below the image itself, you'll find some more buttons available. Here you can flip the image horizontally, flip the image vertically, spin the image manually by clicking and dragging the 0 to the left or right, or rotate the image 90 degrees to the left or right.

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