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Hi, I’m Marcus Burnette from FlipQuiz, and today we’re gonna look at a PRO feature that allows you to upload an image from your computer to one of your boards. So first things first. I’m gonna go ahead and create a new board, and we’re gonna call this one Board with Uploaded Image. And I’ll just go ahead and leave it public and hit save. You can see that the board has been created. I’ll give this a category title of Images. This is a question about a cat. I’ll go ahead and hit image, and you’ll see, if you’re a PRO user, there’s an upload button right here. If you’re not a PRO user, you can always paste in an image URL and that will work as well, but as a PRO feature, you can click upload and you’ll get a form that allows you to upload a file. So I already have this cat image that I’ll drag in, and I’ll hit upload. And you’ll see that the cat image has been uploaded and the corresponding URL for that image has been placed in there. If I go ahead and hit save and we come out here, we can see that that image is indeed added to the question. And if I hit play, you can see that I have one question here, and if I click on that, you have the question and the image. Now I’ll go back and edit the board, and I can go ahead. Actually, I’ll go ahead and remove the image from the question and just add the image by clicking upload. Drag the image or click Choose File to look through your computer to find the file that you want. And hit upload. And it will upload the image and give you a preview, and in this case, I’m just gonna go ahead and leave the answer text blank, and I’ll save. So you can see that the question is on this side and the answer is the photo, and if I play, again, I have this one tile. And I can click on that and you see the question pop up, and then when I click Reveal Answer, you’ll see just the image. And that’s it.