Adding contacts, attachments & embeds to your Stories

How to add attachments and press contacts via the Story Editor

You can add just about any asset to your Story by using the green + menu. Your embeds can be things like:

  • Attachments
  • Press contacts
  • Images
  • Image galleries
  • Social media posts
  • Videos
  • Spotify pages
  • Soundcloud posts
  • And just about any other sort of embed!

To add them to your Story, click on the + symbol within the Story text-editing area. If you can't see it, just press return (enter).

How to add your Newsroom contacts to your Story

1. To add a contact directly into the story, click on the green + within the story text editing area.

2. You will see a text input where you can search for one of the contacts you have added in your Newsroom. If you haven't added contacts to your Newsroom, you will see this message:

3. By default, it will only show a maximum of 3 contacts, but you can search for any contacts that are in your Newsroom.

4. Once you've selected the contact you would like to include in your Story, a card with the press contact information will be created:

How to add attachments to your Story

You can add your attachments the same way you add your contacts. To add a contact directly into the story, click on the green + within the Story text-editing area.

1. After you select the attachment option, you'll see a popup window so you can upload your files. Drag and drop or click the button and manually select the files from your computer.

2. After selecting the file(s), you can preview your files. On the same screen, you can add a custom caption for your files or leave it empty, in this case, the file name will be added as a caption. 

When you're happy with your attachments, click the Add (or Done if you're editing an existing attachment) button. It is possible to add or modify the attachment caption later.

The caption shows up as the title. The file name and size are displayed below:

If there is no caption, the file name is used as an attachment name: