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Adding an attachment to a message (web client and Desktop App)

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You can add an attachment to a message with the following ways:

  • Click the paper clip icon next to the message box to browse and select a file from your local computer.

  • Copy and paste images directly into the message box.

  • Drag and drop a file into the message box.

A message can have a maximum of 10 attachments.

  1. Create a new message or edit an existing message.
  2. To add an attachment, do one of the following:
    • Click the paper clip icon next to the message box, browse for and select the file(s) that you want to attach, and click Open.

    • Copy an image to clipboard and paste it directly into the message box.

    • On your computer, browse to the files you want to attach, drag those files and drop them into the message box within Circuit.

    A preview of the attachment(s) is displayed.

  3. To remove an attachment before sending the message, click in the upper-right corner of the attachment.

    To remove all the attachments at once before sending the message, click X in the upper-right corner of the attachments preview area.

  4. To send the message with the attachment(s) to the conversation:
    • Press Enter if you are creating the message in default mode.

    • Click Send or press Ctrl-Enter if you are creating the message in rich-text mode.

    • Click Save or press Ctrl-Enter if you are editing an existing message.

    The attachment is sent to the conversation.

    Note:

    Currently, the size of the attached file is by default limited to 1GB.

The following file formats (types) are not supported, i.e. cannot be uploaded as attachment:
ade isp mdz psc1
adp its msc psc2
app js msh pst
asp jse msh1 reg
bas ksh msh1xml scf
bat lnk msh2 scr
cer mad msh2xml sct
chm maf mshxml shb
cmd mag msi shs
cnt mam msp tmp
com maq mst url
cpl mar ops vb
crt mas osd vbe
csh mat pcd vbp
der mau pif vbs
exe mav plg vsmacros
fxp maw prf vsw
gadget mda prg ws
hlp mdb ps1 wsc
hpj mde ps1xml wsf
hta mdt ps2 wsh
inf mdw ps2xml xnk
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