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    Michael Yang commented  · 

    YES. I think another way to summarize this even faster is: MAKE IT LIKE GMAIL'S COMPOSER.

    As Anthony added in comments, the experience of IMAGE EMBEDDING is remarkably creative, in a BAD WAY.

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    Michael Yang commented  · 

    Will this ever happen..

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    Michael Yang commented  · 

    :+1:

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    Michael Yang commented  · 

    This is a major drawback for some users, most likely power-users who have higher chance of becoming evangelists for this product. Why can't you let us embed images if you're already integrating with bunch of cloud storages?

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