This suggestion tracks interest for inserting images inline in the new Fabric editor.
- Go to Emoji in the toolbar
- Click Add New Emoji
- Set a emoji shortcut
- Upload the file you want to add in-line
- Pages migrated from old editor to the new one, that contains inline images, might stop displaying those images. They'll show up as inlineExtension in published mode, instead.
- This behavior is also present when importing word documents as pages - Images that have text on the same line will be replaced by inlineExtension placeholders on the final page. (This can be replicated using the annexed .docx file)
- [^this is an inline image.docx]